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1. 4 May 17VICTORIA / DEMOGRAPHICS / ECONOMICS
The City of Melbourne launched an interactive visualisation of new data for its Census of Land and Employment. [Full text]
2. 4 May 17QUEENSLAND / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Curtis Pitt said that while dwelling investment in Queensland fell 0.6 per cent in the December quarter, it was still 3.3 per cent higher over the year, reflecting strong growth in construction work on medium-to-high density dwellings. [Full text]
3. 4 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / ECONOMICS / TOURISM
The Tourism and Transport Forum said strong investment in the visitor economy recognises tourism as the next key long-term economic driver of the NT economy. [Full text]
4. 4 May 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The HIA listed the NT Budget items that will contribute to activity and employment in the residential building industry. [Full text]
5. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
Greens Senator Rhiannon said the Coalition's refusal to reform negative gearing and capital gains tax means their plan for housing affordability is doomed. [Full text]
6. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
The RBA issued a chart pack, including data on house prices, household finances and building approvals. [Full text]
7. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
The pressures on the RBA to respond to developments in the housing market have eased as the major mortgage lenders moved to increase interest rates on a number of riskier mortgage lending products, according to the HIA. [Full text]
8. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
RBA Governor Philip Lowe said conditions in the housing market continue to vary considerably around the country but that growth in housing debt has outpaced the slow growth in household incomes. [Full text]
9. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
APRA Chair Wayne Byres discussed 'Prudential perspectives on the property market' at a CEDA event. [Full text]
10. 4 May 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS / FINANCE
The Grattan Institute's Brendan Coates discussed the various proposals to address housing affordability, in an interview (audio). [Full text]
11. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
Minister Anthony Roberts said the Monitor shows housing completions have surged to the highest level since 1972. [Full text]
12. 16 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
NSW Planning and Environment released updated data for the Metropolitan Housing Monitor. [Full text]
13. 16 February 17ECONOMICS
Bankwest issued 'Future of Business: 2017 Outlook report'. [Full text]
14. 16 February 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The HIA and CoreLogic issued a summary of residential land sales data for the September quarter. [Full text]
15. 16 February 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Over recent months the average number of days it takes to sell a residential property has been falling, according to CoreLogic. [Full text]
16. 16 February 17HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS released lending finance figures for December. [Full text]
17. 13 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
December saw a continued decline in new home sales in WA, according to the HIA. [Full text]
18. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
The results of the NAB business survey are online. [Full text]
19. 13 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
NSW has been ranked by NAB as having the strongest current business conditions, according to Treasurer Dominic Perrottet. [Full text]
20. 13 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
CoreLogic said that commitments for established housing stock have increased while new housing stock waned during December. [Full text]
21. 13 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The ABS issued housing finance figures for December. [Full text]
22. 13 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
New home sales hit a two year low in October but recovered well in November and December, according to the HIA. [Full text]
23. 13 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The RBA issued a Statement on Monetary Policy and said that conditions in the established housing market differ significantly across the country. [Full text]
24. 13 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
By some metrics, housing market conditions in Australia have cooled but risks related to house price and debt levels remain, according to the IMF. [Full text]
25. 9 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
Consult Australia applauded the NT Government election commitment to develop a 10-year Infrastructure Plan. [Full text]
26. 9 February 17NORTHERN TERRITORY / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
Chief Minister Michael Gunner announced a series of summits to develop a long-term economic framework for the NT. [Full text]
27. 9 February 17AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY / ECONOMICS / INFRASTRUCTURE / TRANSPORT
Chief Minister Andrew Barr outlined election commitments delivered in the 2016-17 ACT Budget Review. [Full text]
28. 9 February 17TRANSPORT / ECONOMICS
The Automobile Association released its Transport Affordability Index for the December quarter and said that transport cost pressures continue to grow. [Full text]
29. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
CoreLogic said that mortgage demand to investors continues to climb at the same time as new dwelling approvals are trending much lower. [Full text]
30. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Since 2008 only four capital cities have recorded real growth in home values after accounting for inflation, according to CoreLogic. [Full text]
31. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The Property Council said that with leverage increasing, supervisory measures have strengthened lending standards and some lenders are taking a more cautious attitude to lending in certain segments. [Full text]
32. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The heat in the housing market is one of the primary reasons the cash rate hasn't moved lower, according to CoreLogic. [Full text]
33. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The HIA said that the decision to keep the rate steady in February signals that economic conditions would need to deteriorate markedly from where they currently sit if there were to be a further interest rate cut. [Full text]
34. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The RBA Board left the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent. [Full text]
35. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
HIA Chief Economist Harley Dale discussed the property outlook for 2017 in an interview. [Full text]
36. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
Bankwest issued 'Future of Business: 2017 Outlook Report'. [Full text]
37. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
ME Bank released its Household Financial Comfort Report for December. [Full text]
38. 9 February 17ECONOMICS / FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY
The RBA released a snapshot of key economic data (infographic). [Full text]
39. 6 February 17VICTORIA / INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Institute of Public Affairs issued 'The impact of the prohibitive cost of building in Victoria'. [Full text]
40. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said the latest ABS housing approval data for NSW indicates a big drop over five months, giving the new Housing Minister a big challenge. [Full text]
41. 6 February 17NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said that NSW has been rated Australia's fastest growing economy. [Full text]
42. 6 February 17INDUSTRY / ECONOMICS
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry issued its pre-budget submission. [Full text]
43. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Minister Kelly O'Dwyer released a report on the small business lending practices of the major banks and other lenders. [Full text]
44. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said CBA's Senior Economist said housing affordability will continue to suffer until the Government reforms tax policies that favour investors. [Full text]
45. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Residex said its index of repeat sales shows an acceleration in housing market performance across most capital cities during the second half of 2016. [Full text]
46. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Property Council published a state-by-state summary of office market conditions. [Full text]
47. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The building approvals data confirms we are well past the peak for the cycle, according to the HIA. [Full text]
48. 6 February 17FINANCE / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The number of dwellings approved fell by 2.5 per cent in December and has fallen for seven consecutive months, according to the ABS. [Full text]
49. 2 February 17WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
The Property Council called for policies in WA that improve transport connectivity, promote infill and fuel the state's 'growth engine', ahead of the state election. [Full text]
50. 2 February 17VICTORIA / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The UDIA said that Victoria has edged ahead of NSW for housing finance, with the number of commitments 21.6 per cent above the long-term average. [Full text]