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Don’t You End Up Like This Property Investor!

Investment property decisions can be a real nuisance! After all that isn’t what you signed up for. There is no need for you to be bombarded with investment property decisions.

After all didn’t the salesman, vendor and the property manager all get paid? They’re supposed to make your life easier not harder.

At some point isn’t enough just enough?

Area Man hates investment property decisions

Property Investor Hates Investment Property Decisions

Twitter | Real Income Is In Negative Growth

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” data-lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>Even with the Oz Population Ponzi, real total employee income growth has turned negative. This has only occurred during economic downturns. <a href=”https://t.co/eAvdJBNDmQ”>pic.twitter.com/eAvdJBNDmQ</a></p>&mdash; Philip Soos (@PhilipSoos) <a href=”https://twitter.com/PhilipSoos/status/905780889032040448″>September 7, 2017</a></blockquote>
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The most arrogant people in Australia are business people and we’re sick of them

The Australian Psyche Won’t Put Up With Inequality

 

How the worm – and the world – turns. When the Abbott government came to power just four years ago, it claimed its arrival signalled the “end of the age of entitlement”. Don’t laugh, it’s happening – but in the opposite way to what treasurer Joe Hockey had in mind.

Source: The most arrogant people in Australia are business people and we’re sick of them

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