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Negative gearing

Recent speculation on possible negative gearing policy changes has left everyone wondering how it will affect them and what it will mean for the housing market and the economy.

The national real estate body, the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) along with state-based REIs, including the REIV has launched a campaign calling for the retention of negative gearing.

A change in policy could directly affect millions of Australians who own any property, whether it’s an investment or their own home. It could also affect the 18 million Australians who have a stake in property through their superannuation funds.

For more information on this campaign visit negativegearingaffectsyou.com

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