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  • Latest News & Gossip about 'Rent' - onthehouse.com.au
    report Sunday 31st July 2011 New tenants face higher rents Monday 11th July 2011 Pilbara rent triples over 5 yrs to 1650 Thursday 27th January 2011 Darwin is priciest city to rent a house Friday 12th November 2010 Syd Perth and Brisbane renters to be hit Friday 22nd October 2010 Renting set to become even more expensive Friday 20th November 2009 Good News for Landlords Wednesday 21st October 2009 How to Deal with Rate Rises Without Losing your Sanity Thursday 15th October 2009 Rental Growth in Australia Flat Tuesday 25th August 2009 High Rents Likely Thursday 30th July 2009 Fraud Hits Real Estate Websites Tuesday 21st July 2009 Do You Have To Be Rich To Invest in Property Tuesday 14th July 2009 Rent Or Buy 6 Things First Home Buyers Must Think About Tuesday 14th July 2009 Rent Rises Starting to Stall Monday 25th May 2009 Melbourne Apartment Market Set for Upturn Brisbane Down Monday 25th May 2009 4 Reasons to Rent Monday 11th May 2009 Fancy Renting Where Lara Bingle Slept Home Contact FAQ Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Sitemap Shareholders Site Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates information and more Copyright 2013 onthehouse com

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  • Latest News & Gossip about 'Tax' - onthehouse.com.au
    on capital gains Monday 30th January 2012 No plans for transaction tax Swan Monday 10th October 2011 Aussie dream could be welfare nightmare Wednesday 5th October 2011 Negative gearing under fire at tax forum Monday 3rd October 2011 Swan tells states reform your backyard Monday 3rd October 2011 Swan tells states reform your backyard Monday 3rd October 2011 Tax forum needs to improve housing costs Monday 3rd October 2011 Pay us to scrap poor tax WA tells Swan Thursday 29th September 2011 HIA wants housing taxes on the agenda Thursday 29th September 2011 Builders want stamp duties scrapped Wednesday 28th September 2011 Coalition won t alter GST Abbott Monday 26th September 2011 Tax ideas must be fully funded govt Thursday 28th July 2011 Forum must make business competitive Swan Sunday 22nd May 2011 Carbon tax stalls capital investment Saturday 26th February 2011 CEOs urge tax on family home Tuesday 22nd September 2009 Home Ownership Needs To Grow Home Contact FAQ Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Sitemap Shareholders Site Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates information and more Copyright 2013 onthehouse com au Pty Ltd Part of the onthehouse Real Estate Group onthehouse com au Console PortPlus

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  • News - Personal finance up 0.4% in May - onthehouse.com.au
    Share This Page Can t find what your looking for Visit our News Archive to view all of our previous stories Personal finance up 0 4 in May Author AAP Monday 16th July 2012 Australia s total personal finance loans rose 0 4 per cent in May official figures show The Australian Bureau of Statistics ABS on Monday said seasonally adjusted personal finance commitments increased to 7 348 billion in May up from 7 315 billion in April Total commercial loans in May fell 12 0 per cent to 31 022 billion seasonally adjusted from 35 244 billion in April Lease finance was up 3 2 per cent to 569 million compared with 551 million in April Housing finance for owner occupation rose 0 2 per cent to 13 637 billion from 13 610 billion the month before Share This Page Tags Finance Lending Back to More News Home Contact FAQ Advertise With Us Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Sitemap Shareholders Site Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates information and more Copyright 2013 onthehouse com au Pty Ltd Part of the onthehouse Real Estate Group onthehouse com au Console PortPlus Residex Property Values Directory States Property NSW Property Queensland

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  • News - Darwin is priciest city to rent a house - onthehouse.com.au
    cent in capital cities in 2010 The RP Data Rental Review for the December quarter of 2010 showed the median rent for a house in Darwin was 520 per week followed by Canberra at 490 and Sydney at 430 Adelaide claimed the title as the cheapest place to rent a house with a weekly median of 325 followed by Hobart at 335 Across the combined house and unit market rents increased by 80 per week between March 2006 and December 2008 across the country whilst capital city rents increased by a total of 90 per week RP Data analyst Cameron Kusher said in a statement on Thursday Since December 2008 median weekly advertised rents across the country had increased by just 20 Mr Kusher said Within the capital city market rental growth was slightly higher at 25 per week with a 5 per week improvement during the last quarter Mr Kusher said The data also showed that the most expensive place to rent both units and houses is Western Australia s booming Pilbara mining region which during the last quarter recorded a weekly median rent of 1 650 per week House rents increased a further 10 per cent in that region The data also showed median weekly advertised rents for capital city houses increased 1 3 per cent and units 1 4 per cent for the quarter and sit at 380 per week and 365 per week respectively Nationally rents for houses and units showed no improvement during the December quarter and both houses and units have a median rent of 350 per week Currently the cheapest capital cities to rent units are in Hobart and Adelaide with each sharing a median rental rate of 285 Perth followed with a median rental rate of 330 per week Share This Page

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  • News - CPI won't stop rate rises, say economists - onthehouse.com.au
    reaction here that the RBA has some time before raising the cash rate he said But they can t wait too long The central bank took the cash rate higher four times in 2010 from 3 75 per cent to its current 4 75 per cent Mr Jarman said he expected there to be inflationary pressures stemming from the reconstruction effort in Queensland after the state was devastated by recent flooding We are still coming to grips with the impact of those floods he said The Australian dollar slid after Australian Bureau of Statistics released the CPI data on Tuesday morning as expectations of a near term interest rate rise waned The local unit fell from its intra day high of 99 82 US cents to 99 30 cents in the minutes after the survey was released at 1130 AEDT Commonwealth Bank economist James McIntyre said the impacts of the high Australian dollar and competitive discounting between the retailers helped ease inflationary pressures Not something the RBA would want to hang their inflation hat on in a fully employed economy that is facing up to not only a massive mining boom but also looking at a massive flood reconstruction task Mr McIntyre said new resource and energy projects would add to inflationary pressures brought on by the floods We ll have roughly about another 35 billion of projects announced or given an investment decision in Queensland he said Santos Ltd and its partners has a US16 billion A16 11 billion coal seam gas project in Gladstone while British owned BG Group Plc has approved the US15 billion Curtis Island LNG project also near Gladstone So not only is the Queensland economy going to have a floods reconstruction stimulus but that activity is going to be butting up against a massive

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  • News - Sydney House Prices Continue to Climb - onthehouse.com.au
    to 330 000 Sydney has also outperformed other capitals such as Brisbane where median prices rose 1 32 per cent What were considered bullish forecasts of ours six months ago have turned out to be on the light side said Harley Dale chief economist at the Housing Industry Association HIA Things are going even more strongly than we have forecast On both fronts activity and prices it s clear that yes we are in the midst of a housing recovery in Sydney Sydney s housing recovery follows years of underperformance the median Sydney price fell as low as 440 000 in March 2009 after the market was affected by a sluggish local economy and the global financial crisis But a stabilization of the economy and stock market has restored confidence in the Sydney market Wilkinson said Sydney s Inner West has been particularly strong along with the Eastern Suburbs and Lower North Shore The HIA s Harley Dale says the question is now whether Sydney s price gains are sustainable Will we be talking about this kind of recovery in 2011 I think we re at the crossroads at the moment he said There s enough momentum that 2010 will be a better year than 2009 was The next two to three to four months of information on housing will give us an idea of whether we will see a sustained recovery It s touch and go at the moment But Dale is optimistic that prices can keep rising Momentum and confidence are very important to the Sydney market two things Sydney has been lacking since around 2003 2004 he said There s more confidence on the ground from the building community than there has been for some time There certainly seems to be a recovery underway in home values

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  • News - Qld farming losses put at $100 million - onthehouse.com.au
    Queensland Farmers Federation says It says crop farmers are facing severe losses particularly around flood stricken Bundaberg The cotton industry has also been hit hard and 50 per cent of farmers in the dairy and pork industries have been affected by the floods QFF chief executive Dan Galligan said government assistance so far was nowhere near enough given the scale of the damage across so many farming sectors The QFF has urged the federal government to immediately offer Category D assistance which provides for large concessional loans and 50 000 grants to help with clean up and recovery costs it is now very clear that a further escalation of disaster assistance is needed to help communities clean up and recover from this massive flooding event Mr Galligan said The loss from these floods is devastating for many farmers Without further assistance many farmers will not have the resources to repair and recover and the result will be a severe and prolonged economic impact on communities already battered by natural disasters In 2013 the damage to crops livestock and infrastructure is as bad as our previous disasters and in many cases this time it is significantly worse Mr Galligan said Agriculture is the main economic driver for many of these communities and if the recovery measures are not implemented to their fullest then it will impact not just farmers but entire communities Mr Galligan said jobs would be shed across farming sectors unless more help was offered He said a wage assistance scheme was needed along with industry specific liaison officers which greatly aided farmers in the wake of the 2010 11 floods and Cyclone Yasi Full government support for the recovery efforts should not be delayed any longer Share This Page Tags Farmers Oswald Back to More News Home Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.onthehouse.com.au/news/article/?ArticleId=3407 (2013-02-03)
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  • Latest News & Gossip about 'Farmers' - onthehouse.com.au
    Us Privacy Policy Terms Conditions Sitemap Shareholders Site Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates information and more Copyright 2013 onthehouse com au Pty Ltd Part of the onthehouse Real Estate Group onthehouse com au Console PortPlus Residex Property Values Directory States Property NSW Property Queensland QLD Property Victoria VIC Property NT Property ACT Major Cities Property Sydney Property Brisbane Property Gold Coast Property Sunshine Coast Real Estate Directory

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