Property

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1079116

Discussion paper

15 Dec 2017

The Victorian Law Reform Commission has released this consultation paper as part of its examination of the current operation of the relevant laws and processes in Victoria governing neighbourhood tree disputes.

Commentary

4 Dec 2017

A shift to a property tax will make the housing market fairer and more efficient, and researchers have come up with a practical way to do it, writes Peter Mares.

Report

30 Nov 2017

Reforming property taxes can help deliver a more sustainable housing system with economic and social dividends. This research proposes a nationally coordinated incremental strategy with short, medium and long-term objectives.

Discussion paper

6 Nov 2017

This discussion paper endeavors to identify the underlying causes of housing affordability issues, and to consider some useful policy responses in the current and historical context.

Journal article

4 Nov 2017

Climate change will increasingly create severe risks for New Zealand’s coastal housing stock.

Policy report

6 Oct 2017

This paper presents some options for the details of the property taxes reform package, and then assesses their comparative efficiency and redistribution effects.

Report

18 Sep 2017

London’s distinct housing market has been exhibiting the strains of a crisis for some time. The scale of the demand for property, the tenure and household mix, the affordability gap for both renting and buying, and the scale of serious housing need all set London...

Report

11 Sep 2017

This report sets out 19 recommendations for the reform of the current seller disclosure regime, including the introduction of a statutory seller disclosure regime for sales of freehold land in Queensland.

Discussion paper

6 Sep 2017

This paper investigates how things have changed since the global financial crisis for those stepping onto the property ladder in Australia.

Research report

5 Jul 2017

Property crowdfunding seems like the perfect alternative to invest in property with limited funds available, but is it?

Journal article

4 Jul 2017

This paper endeavours to define the fundamental structures that generate differences between market actors and residents within the North Lakes MPC.

Report

27 Jun 2017

This report encourages a broader rethink on ways the NSW government can better leverage data to inform decision making on new services and better infrastructure.

Working paper

27 Jun 2017

Using over 5,000 observations on house sales in Wellington, New Zealand, this paper looks at the willingness to pay for an extra daily hour of sun, on average, across the year.

Working paper

1 May 2017

This paper provides an analysis of how the New Zealand tax system may be affecting residential property markets.

Discussion paper

30 Apr 2017

This paper provides an analysis of how the New Zealand tax system may be affecting residential property markets

Research report

3 Apr 2017

Overview

Sydney’s house prices have long been a concern for policymakers and the wider community. Debate continues over the causes of Sydney’s sustained house price growth, though most agree that some combination of demand fundamentals and supply constraints have led to the house...

Research report

22 Mar 2017

In this audit, we assessed whether DELWP, and councils in their roles as planning and responsible authorities, are managing and implementing the planning system to support the objectives of the Act and the desired outcomes of state planning policies.

We also examined:

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Blog post

11 Jan 2017

The property “fairy” has been generous in that property is the key to the index at the moment, with positive news on home price rises, and the effect of the low interest rates following the last RBA cash rate cut flowing through. Home owners with...

Working paper

2 Dec 2016

This study uses fixed effects panel regression techniques to estimate the impact of foreign demand for Australian residential real estate on property prices. All model specifications find a positive relationship between foreign investment approvals and price growth at the postcode level, but the majority of...

Audio program

25 Nov 2016

The Federal government has rejected a call by the New South Wales Planning Minister, Rob Stokes, for the Commonwealth to review tax breaks like negative gearing. Mr Stokes says just increasing housing supply won't address Sydney's affordability problem. The Opposition says his remarks should prompt...