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1. 14 June 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute listed the 10 Perth suburbs where rentals go the fastest. [Full text]
2. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
New home buyers will be worse off from under the Queensland budget, according to the HIA. [Full text]
3. 14 June 18QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute welcomed news that the First Home Owners Grant will be extended 12 months but was disappointed that it would be reduced to $15,000 and would not include established homes. [Full text]
4. 14 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The NSW Emergency Services Levy Insurance Monitor said its analysis of home insurance premium prices has found some insurers quoting more than double the prices of others for home insurance premiums on identical properties. [Full text]
5. 14 June 18PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The HIA said 12 of Australia's top 20 building growth areas all located around Victoria's capital in its Population & Residential Building Hotspots Report. [Full text]
6. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / SUSTAINABILITY
The University of Melbourne discussed research that demonstrates people are paying a premium for more energy efficient homes, based on ACT data. [Full text]
7. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA called on the Federal Government to drive infrastructure reform, which will lead to economic growth. [Full text]
8. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Core Logic said RBA credit data shows that the expansion of housing credit continues to slow with both owner occupier and investor credit growth tracking lower in April. [Full text]
9. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said its March quarter Real Estate Market Facts saw the weighted average median prices fall by 0.1 per cent at $770,086 for houses and 0.2 per cent at $593,183. [Full text]
10. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said the cost of borrowing is rising and it is constraining investment in housing, in its Construction Brief. [Full text]
11. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Master Builders said the data shows that as a share of total dwelling commitments, first home buyers increased slightly to a share of 17.6 per cent. [Full text]
12. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said the value of housing loans to investors has hit its lowest level since the start of 2016. [Full text]
13. 14 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS issued 'Housing Finance, Australia, April 2018'. [Full text]
14. 11 June 18TASMANIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Tasmanian Planning Commission released its report on draft Planning Directive No. 6 - Exemption and Standards for Visitor Accommodation in Planning Schemes. [Full text]
15. 11 June 18TASMANIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Minister Roger Jaensch said the Tasmanian Planning Commission's assessment of an Interim Planning Directive has endorsed the State Government's reform to make it easier for people to share their home. [Full text]
16. 11 June 18QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The Property Council said research has estimated that the decline in foreign investment in Queensland since the State Government introduced an additional foreign investment tax in 2016, has equated to a decrease in Gross State Product of between $2.4 bill [Full text]
17. 11 June 18AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Attorney-General Gordon Ramsay announced amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act 1997. [Full text]
18. 11 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Property Council said the industry was asking for consistent treatment for build-to-rent housing compared to other asset classes. [Full text]
19. 7 June 18QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said its March Quarter Queensland Market Monitor Report shows that the Brisbane LGA annual median house price grew 3.1 per cent to a new record of $670,000. [Full text]
20. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The NSW Business Chamber said it is concerned the new framework leaves too much discretion to local councils. [Full text]
21. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION / LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Local Government NSW welcomed the decision to give local government a role in the management of home sharing outside Greater Sydney. [Full text]
22. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Minister Kean provided an update on the Fire Safety and External Wall Cladding Taskforce. [Full text]
23. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Accommodation Association said it will allow quasi-hotels to flourish in Sydney and place greater pressure on housing affordability. [Full text]
24. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Tourism & Transport Forum welcomed the NSW Government's decision to review the changes in 12 months' time and called for an effective and transparent monitoring process. [Full text]
25. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Tourism Accommodation Australia said proper insurances, fire and safety protections and security need to be put in place to protect visitors and communities. [Full text]
26. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
The Sydney Business Chamber said allowing strata to ban the use of short term letting is a misstep. [Full text]
27. 7 June 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Ministers Roberts and Matt Kean announced state-wide planning reforms and a Mandatory Code of Conduct for short-term holiday letting. [Full text]
28. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Staff from UNSW said Airbnb regulation needs to distinguish between sharing and commercial letting. [Full text]
29. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said new house sales for the year to date are 3.1 per cent lower than they were in the same period in 2017. [Full text]
30. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The ABS released 'Building Approvals, Australia, Apr 2018'. [Full text]
31. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute and Adelaide Bank said their Housing Affordability Report found the proportion of median family income required to meet average loan repayments decreased by 0.3 to 31.3 per cent. [Full text]
32. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
CoreLogic said its May home value index results confirm that national dwelling values dipped by 0.1 per cent over the month. [Full text]
33. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The Real Estate Institute said it expects to the RBA to leave interest rates in a holding pattern for the next 12 months. [Full text]
34. 7 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The RBA said it left the cash rate unchanged. [Full text]
35. 4 June 18TASMANIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Minister Roger Jaensch said ABS data shows the April average monthly number of dwelling approvals increased over 28 per cent compared to the previous year, with value of all building work in Tasmania increasing 25 per cent. [Full text]
36. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / SUSTAINABILITY
The Green Building Council issued guidelines specifying deadlines to meet in order to have projects Green Star certified in time for key milestones. [Full text]
37. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INDIGENOUS
Kieran Wong from Monash University said there needs to be less focus on innovating in Indigenous housing and more on Closing the Gap. [Full text]
38. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
Coleman Greig Lawyers discussed how the Banking Royal Commission is tightening lending and driving down housing prices. [Full text]
39. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The HIA said the short term outlook for new home building has improved as a result of healthy conditions in the jobs market and population growth. [Full text]
40. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / INDUSTRY
The UDIA said a surge in construction, with commercial building approvals up 13 per cent and detached housing approvals at their strongest point in 15 years, is proof of the resilience of urban development industry. [Full text]
41. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / INDUSTRY
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said a Government decision to ban the 'build-to-rent' sector has had multi-billion dollar ramifications for the property market. [Full text]
42. 4 June 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / INTERNATIONAL
Dallas Rogers from the University of Sydney outlined five lessons from Australia's foreign real estate investment boom. [Full text]
43. 28 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Minister Peter Tinley announced Brabham, a future development near Perth, will have 3,000 houses. [Full text]
44. 28 May 18VICTORIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
UDIA released a property market update for Victoria for the March quarter. [Full text]
45. 28 May 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INTERNATIONAL / SUSTAINABILITY
The United States Environmental Protection Agency published 'Comparison of Green Building Standards'. [Full text]
46. 28 May 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / INTERNATIONAL
The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence released 'An Agent-Based Model of the English Housing Market'. [Full text]
47. 24 May 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE
The UDIA said its March quarter new land market data shows the average price in Perth is up 4.9 per cent over the last 12 months. [Full text]
48. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Master Builders urged the Victorian Government to continue monitoring application of the garden zones requirement to ensure that clarity, information and tailoring of the policy over time. [Full text]
49. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Shadow Minister Heidi Victoria said there is still no date for the completed review of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 Vic and introduction into Victorian Parliament of the proposed reforms for RentFair. [Full text]
50. 24 May 18VICTORIA / PLANNING / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / REGULATION
Minister Jaala Pulford said the Victorian Government will give every tenant the right to own a pet, with landlords only able to refuse in specific circumstances. [Full text]