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NSW falls back in the economic pack

NSW falls back in the economic pack

Weakness in the Sydney housing market has been a drag on the state's growth rate.

  • by Matt Wade

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Six charts that show what killed Australia's property boom
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Six charts that show what killed Australia's property boom

With the downturn now in its second year, the big question for homeowners, house hunters and property investors is: How much further down will prices go?

  • by Emily Cadman
House prices could drop 30 per cent in 'deep recession' scenario: UBS
Property market

House prices could drop 30 per cent in 'deep recession' scenario: UBS

The outlook for the banks has not been as challenged since at least 2008 and risks for a credit crunch are rising, UBS analyst Jonathan Mott says.

  • by Michael Heath
Housing slump set to be the largest in nearly 40 years, Macquarie says
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Housing slump set to be the largest in nearly 40 years, Macquarie says

Macquarie Bank says the property market downturn will be larger than it first thought, with price declines up to 20 per cent likely in Sydney and Melbourne.

  • by David Scutt
Sydney's housing market downturn could end up being the longest on record
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Sydney's housing market downturn could end up being the longest on record

Sydney's property slump could rival the downturn in the early 1990s that coincided with Australia’s last recession in 1991.

  • by David Scutt
The state's worst tax has to go
Opinion
Opinion

The state's worst tax has to go

Dominic Perrottet's announcement is welcome but it doesn't go far enough.

  • by Brendan Coates
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Mugga Way property set to break Canberra's house price record - again
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Mugga Way property set to break Canberra's house price record - again

The Canberra house price record is $7.3 million.

  • by Han Nguyen
Renters now in the majority in over 40 per cent of Sydney: report
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Renters now in the majority in over 40 per cent of Sydney: report

More than 40 per cent of neighbourhoods across Greater Sydney now have a majority of renters, making tenants a growing electoral force in NSW.

  • by Matt Wade
A solution to the high price of living in the Land of Ozzigopoly
Opinion
Opinion

A solution to the high price of living in the Land of Ozzigopoly

Australia is an extreme case of corporate profiteering.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Home prices skid, Sydney down most since 1990
Property prices

Home prices skid, Sydney down most since 1990

Home prices in Sydney - once the nation's hottest market - posted their worst annual performance since 1990 in October.

  • by Swati Pandey & Kate Ashton
'All that's bollocks': experts reject fears of Labor's negative gearing policy
Negative gearing

'All that's bollocks': experts reject fears of Labor's negative gearing policy

There is no evidence Labor's changes to negative gearing taxation will lead to a slump in new home construction, according to a Deutsche Bank report.

  • by Jessica Irvine