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AUSTRALIA’S AGEING HOUSING STOCK HITS ITS USE-BY DATE  AND MISSES NET-ZERO BY A MILE
Residential
Thursday November 18 2021

AUSTRALIA’S AGEING HOUSING STOCK HITS ITS USE-BY DATE AND MISSES NET-ZERO BY A MILE

The peak body for Australia’s largest Tier One and scale-growth Community Housing Providers is calling for a large-scale, nationwide housing renewal program as the cornerstone of...

Australia is staring down the barrel of an ageing crisis
Residential
Friday October 1 2021

Australia is staring down the barrel of an ageing crisis

Australia is staring down the barrel of an ageing crisis. With the average age of our population starting to accelerate, it’s fair to say this is a...

The COVID Chickens are coming home to roost – is the Planning System up to the Challenge?
Zoning
Friday September 17 2021

The COVID Chickens are coming home to roost – is the Planning System up to the Challenge?

Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Premiers Gladys Berejiklian and Dan Andrews have at least one thing in common: they are committed to open up the economy commensurate...

Have Remedial Works in Strata Schemes Been Forgotten?
Strata
Friday September 3 2021

Have Remedial Works in Strata Schemes Been Forgotten?

We are all aware of the push by the NSW Government to 'restore consumer confidence' in the NSW Construction Industry and the need to tackle the...

Lockdowns Smash New Home Sales
Residential
Thursday August 12 2021

Lockdowns Smash New Home Sales

Sales activity in new homes across Australia was smashed by lockdowns across several states in July albeit with the pipeline of new home construction remaining strong,...

All Office Markets Defy COVID Bar Melbourne
Commercial
Sunday August 8 2021

All Office Markets Defy COVID Bar Melbourne

Office market throughout Australia continue to defy COVID expectations with the exception of Melbourne, the latest report has found.

Property Industry Frustrated as Victoria Enters Sixth Lockdown and Office Demand Plummets
Business
Friday August 6 2021

Property Industry Frustrated as Victoria Enters Sixth Lockdown and Office Demand Plummets

Victoria’s property sector has expressed frustration as the state enters its sixth lockdown at a time when businesses are struggling and Melbourne’s office market demand has...

A Call to Developers – Get Rated.
Residential
Monday August 2 2021

A Call to Developers – Get Rated.

Statement from NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler.

Residential
2 Aug, 2021
Strong capital city home auction results

Almost 3000 home auctions across Australian capitals have shown strong results, with seven out of 10 properties sold.

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Residential
15 Apr, 2020
Vic reveals $500m COVID-19 rental relief

The six-month ban on evictions and rent increases for both commercial and residential tenants, as well as tax relief for landlords, was announced by Premier Daniel...

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Business
14 Apr, 2020
Property Scheme Victims Face More Anxiety

The coronavirus pandemic has heaped further anxiety on dozens of retirees who lost their life savings in a collapsed Australian property scheme.

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Zoning
20 Feb, 2020
Administrator to run Melb's Casey council

An interim administrator has been appointed to take charge of Melbourne's scandal-plagued Casey council, after Victoria's parliament voted to sack its councillors.

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Zoning
13 Jan, 2020
Qld councillors got funds for own projects

Former Ipswich councillors spent millions of ratepayer dollars on projects in their own areas instead of funding initiatives that would have benefited the Queensland city as...

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Residential
18 Dec, 2019
Owner-occupier loans outstrip investors

Mortgage lending expanded in October, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics numbers indicating activity by owner-occupiers continued to outpace that of investors.

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Business
6 Dec, 2019
Qld council seeks $2.5m from Palmer firms

A Queensland council is pursuing two of Clive Palmer's companies in court seeking millions owed in rates and water charges.

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30 Sep, 2019
Property lending softens again: RBA

The pace of lending to property buyers grew only slightly in August, below the rate in July, according to statistics from the central bank that have...

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Business
15 Jul, 2019
Property council hits out at SA land tax

Proposed changes to land tax in South Australia could have a devastating impact on property owners and the economy, the state's Property Council says.

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