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‘No politician will help,’ investor responds to government - Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s comments about housing affordability have been slammed as ‘out of touch’ by the Labor Party, but what do investors think?

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3 priorities for a strong NSW property market - The Property Council has urged the new NSW government to prioritise housing affordability, infrastructure investment and economic growth to ensure it is equipped to meet future challenges.

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Hobart experiences market boom as Perth begins to recover - A new report has shown that despite talk of a subdued market leading in to 2017, capital city house prices in most markets are still on the rise.

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Significant increase to cost of tradies - After experiencing a 2.5 per cent drop at the start of the financial year, prices for tradespeople in NSW have bounced back.

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New building dispute system ‘relying on a miracle’ - A national body has come out against the new Victorian Domestic Building Dispute system, predicting the industry will suffer from the lack of support.

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Brisbane property gap widens - The performance between houses and units in the Brisbane property market will continue to widen, as housing supply stabilises and apartments head for oversupply, according to a new research report.

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Is Perth prime for investors? - According to data released by CoreLogic, 2016 marked a turnaround for the Perth property market, and there’s more to come in 2017.

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Mortgages ‘not expensive relative to rent’, finds bank - Rental payments are taking up a greater proportion of household income, while mortgage payments remain in line with the historical average, which could boost housing demand, a global bank has said.

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Development moves away from Melbourne’s CBD - Many property developers are refocusing development pipeline strategies away from Melbourne's high-density CBD sites to hone in on DA-approved boutique developmental sites three to 15 kilometres from the CBD, according to new data from PermitReady.com.au, one of Australia’s leading online development portals. 

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Young, affluent borrowers most exposed to rate rises - Owner-occupied mortgage holders that are young and affluent are more exposed to incremental interest rate rises than any other group of borrowers, new analysis has found
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