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The Greens have released a housing policy, promising to build 610,000 in a decade
Politics

Is the Greens new housing plan feasible?

The Greens have released their housing policy promising to build, sell, and rent 610,000 properties over the next decade

The Greens want the Government to reform tax discounts in exchange for their support on the 'Help to Buy' scheme
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The showdown over the Government’s ‘Help to Buy’ plan

The Greens are demanding the Government look at tax reforms for property owners, in exchange for their support on the Help to Buy scheme.

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Would you buy a house with the Government?

barriers to building new homes
Economics Politics

Government plans to overhaul foreign property investor rules

A Federal Government proposal would make it more expensive for foreign investors to buy Australian properties.

barriers to building new homes
Politics

What are the barriers to building more homes?

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says more supply of homes is “key” to housing affordability. So how many more houses does Australia need, and what are the barriers to building them?

National Cabinet rent limits
Economics Politics

National Cabinet agrees a new housing target, but no rent limits

National Cabinet leaders have agreed to build 200,000 extra homes by mid-2029, but have stopped short of limits on rent increases.

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Politics

Does Albanese want the housing bill to fail?

The Government has reintroduced its housing bill to Parliament this week. It’s previously faced opposition from both the Liberals, Greens and some Independents, and if it fails again, it could lead to something called a double dissolution. In today’s deep dive, TDA journalist Tom Crowley explains what the Bill is, what’s standing in its way, and why the government could potentially want it to fail.

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Economics News

Good(ish) news for the economy

The good(ish) news is that this week we had the strongest indicator yet that inflation is easing, while unemployment remains low. The bad news is that the rental crisis continues, with rental prices rising at the fastest rate since 1988. TDA journalist Tom Crowley will explain why this is all happening, and what it means for you, in the deep dive.

how did the housing crisis in australia begin
Economics

How did the housing crisis begin in Australia?

Housing crisis Australia: How did we get here? Why did housing become so expensive, and can we fix it? Here’s what to know.

Chris Minns Interview with TDA
Politics

TDA’s chat with NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns

Dom Perrottet-Interview
Politics

TDA’s chat with NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet

The fall in house prices has slowed: What's behind the shift?
Economics News

The fall in house prices has slowed: What’s behind the shift?

Learn why Australian house prices have been falling since May, and what’s causing the recent slowdown. Will prices continue to decline? Find out here.

Fixing the property crisis
Economics

Property: How to fix a property crisis

Property: How Negative Gearing BLEW UP House Prices
Economics

Property: How does negative gearing work?

Economics News

Is it harder for young people to buy their first home?

Property: SOLD! Why Owning A House Has Become SO Exclusive
Economics

Property: SOLD! Why Owning A House Has Become SO Exclusive

Could Australia be heading for a housing "bust"?
Economics

What are interest rates, and how does it affect housing?

What are interest rates, and how does it affect housing?

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