Housing Affordability Survey 2018| Australia again seen as the least affordable housing in the world

AND The Wooden Spoon Goes To SYDNEY

Housing affordability survey says Sydney is the least affordable housing market in Australia. No prizes for guessing that one.

I’ve turned a summary of the report by Leith Van Olsen from MacroBusiness into a short video.

Contrary to the article from The Conversation, Demographica have a list of causes for the affordable housing crisis that are along more mainstream grounds.

Either way the supply of affordable housing is a huge opportunity for property developers and property investors who can think innovatively.

Whether you’re an property investor or a property developer MaxiLife Achievable cooperative Housing (NSW Registered Cooperative) can

Affordable Housing Analysis | Affordable Housing Failures Are Due To Flawed Analysis | The Conversation

Garbage In Garbage Out

Affordable housing analysis has big problems according to The Conversation. Are we making the problem worse by looking at it the wrong way?

Affordable housing policy failure still being fuelled by flawed analysis

Australia’s new housing supply per capita is actually very strong by international standards. Over the past decade, supply of new units and apartments has been flowing in job-rich metropolitan areas with dense populations, which are also higher-value locations. Affordable housing policy failure still being fuelled by flawed analysis


Tax Gas Resources

Lets Tax Gas Resources Competitively | Australia losing $90 BILLION through lack of will!

Imagine What $90 Billion can do to the budget bottom Line!

Tax gas resources on a level playing field.

Is that too much to ask? Australia tax gas resources at a 15% discount to the North Sea producers like Norway, Denmark, Germany and Neatherlands.

Qatar, the next biggest gas exporter makes $26 BILLION per year more from its gas than we do when we tax gas resources.

buying power and property investors

Buying Power | Its not tax cuts for big business but increasing the buying power of Australian consumers that we need

Wages Have Not Been Keeping Up With The Cost of Living

Buying power of the average Australian is getting less and less.

This falling buying power is not often a focus of mainstream economists, or even government, despite it’s obvious effects.

The falling buying power of the average Australian has led to an increase in personal debt. This has important impacts on the future of property investors, home owners and property developers alike.