Where Are All The Key Workers Going ? | Key Workers Fleeing Sydney’s Inner and Middle Ring!

Key Workers, Police, Nurses, Firemen, Ambos and their support staff can no longer afford to live where they are needed!

Where Are All The Key Workers Going ? Where they can afford to live. What does that mean for the rest of us?

Well it means they aren’t where they are needed.

So Police aren’t coaching the local cricket team, they aren’t interacting with our children. What that does is limit their response to dealing with your son or daughter if they get into trouble because the Police simply don’t know you, your child or the community. It creates an “us and them” situation that no amount of training can overcome.

The MAcH10 long term leasing programme overcomes this. If you are a property investor you get a ten year lease with no vacancy, blue chip tenants and extra tax deductions courtesy of the commonwealth government.

AND…

Our key workers get affordable housing where we need them.

Affordable Housing Development Willoughby | Link Housing opens new homes in Willoughby

Link Homes Manages 42 New Affordable Homes

Affordable housing development Willoughby has added 42 new homes to Link Housings stock. Affordable housing development is coming into its own. Property developers and property investors are seeing that it is simply good business.

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Affordable Housing Development Opened at Willoughby

Affordable housing development will soon be crucial part of any serious property developers business plan

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NSW budget 2017-18: Get Ready For Sydney Property To Go Truly Ballistic!

Will NSW Budget 2017 -18 throw fuel on the fire?

NSW Budget 2017 is supposed to deliver 75,000 new homes to address the affordable housing crisis.

NSW budget 2017-18: Councils under pressure to deliver more homes

The Treasurer, Dominic Perrottet, said about 75,000 homes were expected to be built next financial year, double the long-term average of 40,000.

“We are about to embark on a construction boom,” Mr Perrottet said. NSW budget 2017-18: Councils under pressure to deliver more homes

BUT… will NSW Budget 2017 just get more buyers into an already crowded market?