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“No bright spot” in latest housing finance figures
“No bright spot” in latest housing finance figures
President of the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) Malcolm Gunning says there is “no bright spot” in the latest housing finance figures, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The latest ABS figures show the number of loans for housing is on the downward spiral, according to industry body REIA. The slide is due mostly to banks moving abruptly away from the property market thanks to stringent APRA regulations and the pending fallout from the Royal Commission. In September, the total value of new finance commitments for housing (excluding refinancing) $29.9 bi...
Calls for investor tax breaks intensify up after new national poll
Calls for investor tax breaks intensify up after new national poll
  New results from a Newspoll survey about the Labor government’s proposed negative gearing plans indicate significant support for more tax breaks in favour of investors, particularly given the potential benefit to middle-income earners. The results of the survey show 32 per cent of Australians believe the negative gearing policy will see property prices fall significantly, and 42 per cent believe prices will fall “a little”. Further, 36 per cent of Australians believe renting will become more expensive and only 33 per cent believe housing will become more affordable for first-home ...
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN MELBOURNE VICTORY TICKETS
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN MELBOURNE VICTORY TICKETS
Barry Plant are proud to once again be sponsoring Melbourne Victory this year. Enter our competition to WIN tickets to the clash of the A-League teams MELBOURNE VICTORY Vs ADELAIDE UNITED Saturday 8th December at Marvel Stadium  Two family passes (4 tickets) to be won! To enter, simply Like the Barry Plant Rowville Facebook Page, then on the Competition Post on the Facebook Page (not a shared post) tell us below why you’d love to win these tickets. This competition closes Friday 7th December at 4pm. Terms & Conditions: Information on how to enter and prizes in the competition promotio...
Industry body calls for holistic approach to property taxation
Industry body calls for holistic approach to property taxation
The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has called for a holistic approach to property taxation and a dedicated minister for property services. The REIA has welcomed the recent economic modelling commissioned by the Master Builders Association (MBA) and the Housing Industry Association (HIA) to the understanding of the economic impacts of changes to current arrangements for negative gearing and capital gains tax (CGT) on property. In a media statement, the MBA says their research found that “contrary to Labor’s claims, its policies on negative gearing and CGT will not increase th...
New black hole from property taxes ‘inefficient and inequitable’
New black hole from property taxes ‘inefficient and inequitable’
The Housing Industry Association has condemned an announcement by the Victorian government, which shows how much revenue the state profits on stamp duty. The Victorian Treasury revealed on Tuesday that as a result of the softening property market, the state government will be short $2.4 billion from its budget. According to Fiona Nield executive director of the HIA, the softening market is resulting in a downturn of stamp duty, which then results in a downturn for the Victorian state economy, highlighting “the volatile nature of stamp duty revenue”. “Over the last decade, successive gove...
RBA reveals its cash rate decision for the month.
  The Reserve Bank has this Tuesday Cup Day made its cash rate call for the month of November, against a backdrop of record rate lows and a softening housing market. As widely predicted, the RBA has today left the official cash rate on hold at 1.5 per cent. Australia’s top economists were unanimous in predicting another hold, including ING Direct’s Michael Witts, who said there are no triggers in Australia which would require a move. There was no discernible change in domestic economic indicators over the past month, ensuring that the RBA will hold the cash rate steady in November. ...
Negative gearing proposal tipped to slow renos, new builds
Negative gearing proposal tipped to slow renos, new builds
Economic modelling of Labor’s negative gearing and capital gains tax policy has revealed that, if implemented, there would be a significant slowdown in new builds and a knock-on impact for property investors.  Economic modelling prepared by Candice Economics and commissioned by Master Builders Australia indicates Labor’s plans to pullback on negative gearing would result in up to 42,000 less new homes being built, up to 32,000 less full-time jobs and a reduction of up to $11.8 billion in building activity and $210 million in renovation activity, all within five years. Denita Wawn, CEO of...
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN MELBOURNE VICTORY TICKETS
YOUR CHANCE TO WIN MELBOURNE VICTORY TICKETS
Barry Plant are proud to once again be sponsoring Melbourne Victory this year. Enter our competition to WIN tickets to the clash of the Melbourne A-League teams! MELBOURNE VICTORY Vs MELBOURNE CITY Saturday 20th October at Marvel Stadium Two tickets to be won!  To enter, simply Like and share the Barry Plant Rowville Facebook Page, then on the Competition Post on the Facebook Page (not a shared post) tell us below why you’d love to win these tickets. This competition closes Friday 20th October at 4pm. Terms & Conditions: Information on how to enter and prizes in the competition promo...
Starting out as a property investor ?  Seven things to keep in mind..
Starting out as a property investor ? Seven things to keep in mind..
There are many reasons to own on investment property, wealth creation, an asset for retirement, regardless, there are a number of factors that need to be considered.   Long term planning:-  be very clear about what you want to achieve and within what timeframes.  More often than not buying an investment property is a long term strategy.   Budget :- Understand how much you will need to spend on your property, how much you will need to borrow and what will be the associated costs to hold the property. Also consider other costs such as renovating the property, Insurance,  Property  Rate...
Arrears fall, rate rises unlikely to affect credit quality: Fitch
Arrears fall, rate rises unlikely to affect credit quality: Fitch
Home loan delinquencies have declined, repayment rates have risen and the annualised loss rate has remained stable, with credit quality unlikely to be affected by rising interest rates, Fitch Ratings has reported. According to Fitch Rating’s latest Dinkum RMBS Index, mortgage arrears dropped by 5 basis points to 1.09 per cent in the second quarter of 2018 (2Q18). Despite the drop, Fitch noted that it expects arrears to remain above 0.8 of a percentage point, “despite Australia’s benign economic environment, due to non-economic factors, such as divorce, illness and extraordinary expenses...
Reverse mortgage risks not being explained to seniors: ASIC
Reverse mortgage risks not being explained to seniors: ASIC
  Reverse mortgages can help seniors improve quality of life after retirement, but there are also long-term risks that lenders are failing to explain to retirees, the corporate regulator has warned. A review of the $2.5 billion reverse mortgage market by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has found a number of benefits of this type of loan, such as seniors having the ability to live a more comfortable retirement, but oftentimes lenders are not conducting proper investigations into the long-term financial health of prospective borrowers, who could be affected by ri...
The Absurdity of Vendor Advocacy
The Absurdity of Vendor Advocacy
The idea that one real estate agent would oversee another real estate agent in the sale of a property seems absurd. Yet it happens: it’s called vendor advocacy. Vendor advocacy is a service whereby a real estate agent who calls himself a vendor’s advocate will appoint another real estate agent to sell a property. The vendor’s advocate will then oversee the real estate agent ensuring he performs his duties properly. This relatively new phenomenon preys on uninformed vendors. The vendor’s advocate has essentially convinced the vendor that he is the good guy and the real estate agent is t...
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“No bright spot” in latest housing finance figures
President of the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) Malcolm Gunning says there is “no b...
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