Negative Gearing Reforms Can Save $1.7 billion
Reforming negative gearing can save the Australian Government more than $1.7 billion each year without hurting ‘mum and dad’ investors, AHURI research released today finds.
The Politics of Affordable Housing in New Zealand
In New Zealand, Labour stands in opposition to the National Party (the incumbent government) and has done since 2008.
Affordable Housing Opportunities in Australia
Around the world, housing authorities and government treasury/ finance/ taxation/income revenue and planning and infrastructure departments are struggling to find the...
Stop Treating Housing Investors like Lepers
It's incredibly frustrating to see the hard time housing is being given in Australia.
Is Negative Gearing Really the Problem?
With the election drama now a fixture in our news season, those in charge of determining the screenplay of issues initially placed the politics of housing...
Grattan Institute Wants Cut to Negative Gearing
When the Turnbull government argues that tax offsets allowed though negative gearing are best international practice, it's not actually true.
Negative Gearing Creating Masses of Vacant Apartments
Tax concessions are leading residential investors to pour excessive amounts of money into the wrong types of dwellings, two leading academics say.
Negative Gearing is not the Problem
The recent and ongoing debate surrounding negative gearing in the media and in Parliament in recent weeks has been relentless.
Housing Supply Could Fuel Economic Growth
The government should focus on housing supply to fuel economic growth instead of fiddling with negative gearing, the Housing Industry Association says.