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Ask Michael Anything [Video] – Are the rules going to change?

It’s impossible to predict the future in anything, particularly when it comes to the property market.

But is there any way we can prepare for possible changes?

This week watch Michael discuss how investors can try to protect themselves before any changes occur.

This week’s questions: property cycle

Hi there,

Do you think in 2019 if Labour government win power they will drop capital gains tax to 25%?

If they do that a lot of investors will sell their properties, there will be a flood of properties on the market and a lot of renters.

Looking for a new property to rent it will cause chaos.

Do you think if Labour government win power in 2019 they will also change negative gearing or they will use the grand father clock?

Greogory

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'Ask Michael Anything [Video] – Are the rules going to change?' have 2 comments

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    April 28, 2017 @ 10:45 am Rob Sarafian

    Hi Michael, there was an article in The Australian on 27 April. From memory, the title was along the lines of ‘Apartment prices slide in middle ring suburbs in Melbourne and Brisbane’. The article referred to a 10% slide in Caulfield North so far this year, among other suburbs. This statement aligns with the research I have done. The article referred to the impact of increasing supply of newer boutique style apartment blocks. When do you see prices recovering in these suburbs ?

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      April 28, 2017 @ 11:07 am Michael Yardney

      Robert. Caulfield had been one of the best performing suburbs over the long term. Currently there are many new apartments being built along the main roads and these are suffering. Your property and mine (I own a number of properties in Caulfield) have not fallen 10%.
      The introduction of the first home owners incentive in July will push up there called off these properties.

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