Properties Could be Seized in UK Corruption Crackdown
Hundreds of British properties suspected of belonging to corrupt politicians, tax evaders and criminals could be seized by enforcement agencies under tough new laws designed to...
Adelaide Wants Feedback on $38 million Infrastructure Budget
Businesses and residents of Adelaide are being aske to provide feedback on plans for the City to outlay more than $38 million in city infrastructure spending...
Property Council Gets a New President
Stephen Conry, JLL’s Chief Executive Officer, Australia has been elected as the new National President of the Property Council of Australia.
Property Developer Donor Ban Scrutinised
The High Court is set to hear why Queensland should no longer ban property developers from making political donations.
New Apartment Market to Begin Recovery in 2019: Urbis
Green shoots in the market for new apartments are set to appear in 2019 as declining levels of new supply and ongoing demand may lead to...
Financial Industry 'Must Change Forever'
The banking sector has been told it "must change forever" for forcing the Australian community to pay an immense financial and emotional price over many years.
'No Apologies' for Tax Proposals: Labor
The man who would be treasurer in a Labor federal government says the party makes no apology for wanting to change taxes to make Australia fairer.
Property Industry Fights For Negative Gearing
Opposing the abolition of negative gearing and discounts to capital gains tax will be the top advocacy issue for the property sector in the upcoming federal...
Stamp Duty Reform a Small Step Forward
The announcement by the NSW Government that stamp duty will be pegged to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a welcome small step towards reducing the...
Australia’s Property Sector Must Step Up on Paris Agreement
Back in December 2015, 174 countries and the European Union agreed to limit the increase in global average temperatures to well below two degrees Celsius above...