Another view on the current negative gearing debate | Tim Lawless CoreLogic [video]

It doesn’t leave the headlines does it?

Of course I’m talking about negative gearing.

In this 3 minute video from Mortgage Business, CoreLogic RP Data research director Tim Lawless shares his thoughts on the current negative gearing debate and what effect it will have on the property market.

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'Another view on the current negative gearing debate | Tim Lawless CoreLogic [video]' have 1 comment


    April 15, 2016 Dean

    I disagree with his first point that the labour proposal of grandfathering existing negatively geared property will alleviate some nervousness from current owners. Such a large portion of buyers currently in the market are investors and labours proposal would essentially push a large amount of not in fact all investors out of the market for established houses. This would mean less competition for existing properties which of course means lower prices. So therefore when it comes time to sell or refinance all existing home owners, whether they be owner occupiers or investors will be getting a lower price for their existing properties than they would be with the current arrangement.
    This doesn’t just affect investors… It applies to anyone who currently owns a home.


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