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1. 19 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic released a housing market update. [Full text]
2. 19 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS said 54 per cent of permanent migrants aged 15 years and over were buying or owned their own home. [Full text]
3. 19 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic released its CoreLogic housing market update. [Full text]
4. 19 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS said 54 per cent of permanent migrants aged 15 years and over were buying or owned their own home. [Full text]
5. 16 July 18TASMANIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Treasurer Peter Gutwein said Tasmania has recorded the strongest annual growth in housing finance commitments in Australia, according to ABS figures. [Full text]
6. 16 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said business confidence in the WA property sector has edged back slightly after strong increases over the last 12 months, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey. [Full text]
7. 16 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said SA had a record high level of property sector confidence for the second consecutive quarter, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey. [Full text]
8. 16 July 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said confidence in the Victorian property industry has cooled, with a drop of six index points in the September quarter, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey. [Full text]
9. 16 July 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said industry confidence in ACT is down 3 index points in the 12 months to September but remains in a solid position overall at 136, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey. [Full text]
10. 16 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS added small towns data to 'Census of Population and Housing: Reflecting Australia - Stories from the Census, 2016'. [Full text]
11. 16 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said May ABS housing finance figures show the dollar amount approved for the purchase of dwellings by individuals for rent or resale is at the lowest level since February 2016. [Full text]
12. 16 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said softening expectations in NSW and Victoria contributed to the largest quarterly drop in national property industry confidence since 2014, according to the ANZ/Property Council Survey for the September quarter. [Full text]
13. 16 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS released 'Lending Finance, Australia, May 2018'. [Full text]
14. 12 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said Perth's overall median rent price remained stable in the June quarter, holding at $350 per week for a fifth consecutive quarter. [Full text]
15. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said the property market is experiencing a rationalisation of agents due to tighter lending criteria which is seeing longer listing times and stagnant prices, particularly on the east coast. [Full text]
16. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic said 62 of the top 100 suburbs where growth is constant for properties under $500,000 are in Victoria. [Full text]
17. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic looked at how national housing markets performed in terms of value growth in the 2017-18 financial year and how it compares to previous years. [Full text]
18. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA explored whether the Reserve Bank's next move will be to lower the cash rate, in the ACI Construction Brief. [Full text]
19. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS released 'Construction Activity: Chain Volume Measures, Australia, Mar 2018'. [Full text]
20. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS added regional data to 'Building Approvals, Australia, May 2018'. [Full text]
21. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said the May housing finance figures show that the number of loans for housing has continued to decline over the last eight months. [Full text]
22. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS released 'Housing Finance, Australia, May 2018'. [Full text]
23. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said the number of new homes commenced in the March quarter has kept climbing and remains at near record levels. [Full text]
24. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS released 'Building Activity, Australia, Mar 2018'. [Full text]
25. 12 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Ai Group's latest Construction Outlook forecasts a 9.3 per cent rise in the value of non-residential construction work in 2018 and 8.0 per cent in 2019. [Full text]
26. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said changes to foreign investment frameworks have softened declines in commercial real estate. [Full text]
27. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The ABS released 'Household Expenditure Survey and Survey of Income and Housing, User Guide, Australia, 2015-16 (Additional Information)'. [Full text]
28. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said data from its June Quarterly Rental Review highlights a general slowdown in the rate of rental growth. [Full text]
29. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The RBA's Alexandra Heath discussed the outlook for the housing market, in a speech to the UDIA. [Full text]
30. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the report provided evidence that well designed tax reform can contribute to improving housing affordability. [Full text]
31. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
AHURI released 'Pathways to housing tax reform'. [Full text]
32. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
Rosanna Scutella from RMIT said social housing protects against homelessness - but other benefits are less clear. [Full text]
33. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The Community Housing Industry Association said four jurisdictions have signed up to the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement but community housing is barely mentioned in the finalised bilaterals. [Full text]
34. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The next step is to make it work through mechanisms such as the affordable housing tax credit system, according to Community Housing Industry Association NSW CEO Wendy Hayhurst. [Full text]
35. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The Community Housing Industry Association said the Corporation has asked for advice on what 'shovel-ready' projects might come before it. [Full text]
36. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said Labor was successful in amending the Senate's program to ensure the legislation was considered before parliament rose for the winter break. [Full text]
37. 5 July 18AFFORDABLE HOUSING / FINANCE
The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation Investment Mandate Direction has come into force. [Full text]
38. 5 July 18FINANCE
Assistant Minister Michael Sukkar said first home buyers can now make withdrawals under the First Home Superannuation Saver Scheme. [Full text]
39. 5 July 18FINANCE
The Grattan Insitute discussed 'Housing tax reform: What will make a difference?', at the NSW Affordable Housing Conference. [Full text]
40. 2 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said its data shows some positive indications that the market is starting to improve and that it may be a great time look at building a new home. [Full text]
41. 2 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Ministers Saffioti and Ben Wyatt said the WA Government has rejected the sale of Landgate, opting instead to commercialise a restricted part of Landgate's automated functions. [Full text]
42. 2 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Industry Super proposed tax credits for institutional investors who put money into affordable housing projects. [Full text]
43. 2 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said homebuyers paid out over $21 billion in stamp duty to state governments during the 2017/18 financial year. [Full text]
44. 2 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said the first half of 2018 has seen a renewed downward trend in new house sales. [Full text]
45. 28 June 18QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said that abolishing stamp duty would increase housing affordability for Queenslanders and boost property transactions. [Full text]
46. 28 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic said house prices are expected to significantly diverge across Australia through the remainder of the decade. [Full text]
47. 28 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Assistant Minister Michael Sukkar said that first home buyers can apply to withdraw voluntary contributions made to their superannuation accounts plus any earnings on these amounts for a housing deposit. [Full text]
48. 25 June 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Infrastructure Victoria released 'How do crime rates affect property prices?'. [Full text]
49. 25 June 18EVENTS / AFFORDABLE HOUSING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Affordable Housing Development Summit co-located with the Australian Build-to-rent forum will be taking place in Melbourne from 28-30 August. [Full text]
50. 25 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Prudential Regulation Authority issued its Q1 Authorised Deposit-taking Institution Property Exposures report. [Full text]