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Property Developers

If you have property to sell in almost any area of Australia we can help you do it!
Faster
Less Hassle
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Our approved developers get better finance, get higher yields and more sales.

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Housing Providers

If you're a Community Housing Provider talk to us about increasing the impact you have in your community.

At MAcH5 we are committed to sourcing affordable housing for key workers and we know community housing providers are best positioned to manage that stock. So if you're restricted by poor government funding, need expertise to obtain more housing or just plain want to do more good work for your community click below and chat to us today

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Property Investors

Our ten year zero vacancy lease really lets you make money in your sleep. Your tenant is blue chip, rent is paid by some of Australia's largest housing providers.

AND you'll feel great housing Australia's key people, Police, Nurses, Teachers the people we rely on to make our communities work.

You'll have a blue chip tenant for 10+ years and no headaches think NRAS & DHA on steroids.

How long all the great incentives we have for you will last we can't say so click below Reserve your place NOW! Property & funding is limited.

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robot tax for universal basic income

Robot Tax | How Will It Impact On Your Property Investment?

Robot Tax To Fund A universal Basic Income?

Robot tax has been put forward in California. The robot tax was first suggested by Bill Gates. Bill is concerned that artificial intelligence and robots will replace human workers permanently. The downside of this for property investors is obviously;

“How does my tenant pay the rent if a robot has taken their job?”

Now that is a good question. Just for the record I don’t have the answer. What I do have is a way to “future proof” your investment property so that you don’t have to worry.

robot tax future proof investment property

A robot tax could provide a universal basic income

A MAcH 10 long term lease means your property is fully tenanted for up to 25 years. No matter what happens in the future your blue chip tenant has to pay the rent.

When I say blue chip I mean a government supported not for profit registered housing provider with a balance sheet in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

It doesn’t get much better than that.

If you want a worry free property investment complete the form below and we will be in touch.

Home Truths – Four Corners – YouTube

The Affordable Housing Crisis Investigated By Four Corners

Affordable housing crisis in Australia is reaching biblical proportions. Many are warning of a bursting bubble..

 

Four Corners reports on the white hot issues of housing affordability and negative gearing and the generation left wondering if they will ever own their own home.

“We will start it at 1.1 million dollars ladies and gentlemen.”

A house with a million dollar price tag used to be confined to the super wealthy suburbs in Australia’s biggest cities. Today, properties with that sort of asking price are commonplace, even in the urban fringes, with little infrastructure and lengthy commute times.In Melbourne, the median house price is $700 thousand dollars, around 10 times the average wage. In Sydney, there are suburbs more expensive than Manhattan. It’s why the IMF declared Australia one of the most expensive countries in the world to buy property in. Via youtube.com

 

amazon retail threat

Amazon Retail Threat Is Real To Woollies CEO | Interview by Peter Ryan ABC

Amazon Retail Threat Will Destroy Jobs In Australia.

Amazon retail threat will disrupt retailing in Australia as it has in the US. So why is the government subsidizing employers to train young people in retail sales?

Amazon Retail Threat

 

Mr Banducci was pressed by the ABC on Amazon’s disruptive potential for traditional retailers as the online giant prepares to unleash in Australia later this year.”Amazon is obviously a very material potential competitor in this space,” Mr Banducci said.”Customers are looking for a lot more convenience in the way they shop. Amazon and many others are of course going to provide that convenience if we don’t.”Mr Banducci urged against complacency in relation to Amazon as he unveiled a full-year profit of $1.5 billion — a big bounce back after last year’s loss of $1.2 billion due to write-downs of the failed Masters hardware chain.One of the Woolworths businesses most exposed to online competitors such as Amazon is the Big W chain, which made a loss before tax of $150.5 million.

Source: Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci aware of Amazon retail threat – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Amazon Retail Threat Will Impact On Property Investors

At MAcH 10 we “future-proof” your investment property. Blue chip corporate tenants for up to 25 years. No vacancy or maintenance issues for the life of the tenancy.

Fill out the form below and we will tailor make your residential investment property

sustainable apartments

Sustainable Apartments – A New Model for the Future | Jeremy McLeod | TEDxStKilda – YouTube

A Breathe Of Fresh Air For Affordable Housing

Sustainable apartments, design is the answer to the affordable housing crisis.

 

Jeremy McLeod shatters the Australian Dream with a new model on urban housing that is environmentally, socially and financially sustainable. He challenges the status quo development model of meaningless apartments designed to investor specifications for maximum yield with little or no regard for people, community or the environment. The Nightingale model is an alternative that is easily replicated, benefits the community, the city and is designed for real life.

Australia must do more to address entrenched disadvantage: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin

Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin Chief Executive, CEDA

Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin has had a long and distinguished background in the Australian Parliament, academia and the private sector.

And it sounds like he is as fed up as most of us at poor leadership.

 

 

 

 

 

It is an absolute disgrace and a damning indictment on governments of all persuasions that in a first world economy that has experienced uninterrupted growth for more than 23 years between one and 1.5 million of our fellow Australians are currently experiencing the worst form of entrenched disadvantage arising out of poverty.Under the current public policy regime, those classed as being in entrenched disadvantage have little to no hope of ever being able to move out of poverty. Australians should be both appalled and alarmed by these figures.And for those that don’t find those figures appalling from a societal perspective, keep this in mind. While we fail to invest in the extra layer of support needed to help people get permanently out of entrenched disadvantage the cost of welfare to taxpayers will continue to increase.  What is most concerning is that governments, both Liberal and Labor, have focused almost exclusively on labour market solutions to this problem – the ‘big stick’ approach telling people they’ve got to get a job or face even further financial disadvantage.

Source: Australia must do more to address entrenched disadvantage: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin

Housing Australia

The great Australian dream of owning your own home has prevailed for more than half a century but with surging house prices in some parts of Australia, there has been much debate about whether it will continue. Historically low interest rates, an unprecedented period of continuous economic growth and strong levels of migration have contributed to increasing demand and escalating housing prices in Australia’s capital cities. This policy perspective examines:Housing trends in Australia;The experience of Australia’s housing sector compared with other countries in the OECD;Supply of housing: from land availability to changes in the composition of housing stock;Drivers of demand and possible policy levers; andThe intergenerational consequences of high housing costs and falling home ownership.

Source: Housing Australia

How governments have widened the gap between generations in home ownership

Various government policies have fuelled the demand for housing over time, expanding the wealth of older home owners and pushing it further and further beyond the reach of young would-be home buyers. A new study highlights this divide between millennials and their boomer parents.The study is part of a Committee of Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) report called Housing Australia. It compares trends in property ownership across age groups over a period of three decades.Between 1982 and 2013, the share of home owners among 25-34 year olds shrunk the most, by more than 20%. On the other hand, the share of home owners among those aged 65+ years has risen slightly.The rate of renting has spiralled among young people. By 2013, renting had outstripped home ownership among 25-34 year olds.

Source: How governments have widened the gap between generations in home ownership

Tax Office reveals size of underpayment of super for the first time

There is a $2.85 billion-a-year shortfall in what employers should be paying their employees in super.For the first time, the Tax Office has estimated the shortfall by comparing what employers should be paying with how much actually ends up in the super funds of their employees.

Source: Tax Office reveals size of underpayment of super for the first time

Driverless lorries could mean 600,000 lost jobs. It’s time we took a universal basic income seriously. | Evolve Politics

With trials for self-driving commercial lorries to take place in the UK within the next twelve months, the work days of thousands of Britain’s long-haul drivers may soon be numbered.Of course, these are only preliminary tests – it may well be a decade or more before driverless deliveries and long-distance haulage are an everyday reality. However, with the beginnings already upon us, a boom in automated jobs is surely coming sooner rather than later.

Source: Driverless lorries could mean 600,000 lost jobs. It’s time we took a universal basic income seriously. | Evolve Politics

The great unpaid super swindle | The Saturday Paper

 

Employers are denying their workers almost $3 billion in unpaid superannuation each year, according to new estimates from the Australian Tax Office. The ATO believes employers have withheld $17 billion in super since 2009, and that the practice is becoming more widespread. The office has also admitted its own shortcomings in catching non-compliant businesses, revealing it has only been able to detect and secure $3 billion worth of super in the same timeframe. The revelations come after pressure from the industry super sector, which published its own research last year highlighting the scale of the problem. A Senate inquiry report into unpaid super released in May, creatively titled Superbad, found the ATO’s “current approach” to tackling super non-payment was “inadequate”.

Source: The great unpaid super swindle | The Saturday Paper