Housing

Would you move into a share house in retirement?

SHARE houses are typically considered the domain of university students, but some retirees are viewing share homes as a great option to save money and live the kind of lifestyle they want.

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Want to beat 75% strata termination?

AS revealed in the July issue of THE VOICE, the NSW Government is going ahead with changes to the law governing residential strata schemes. 

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Strata law: opting out of opting in

RETIRED people are really feeling the pinch as a result of historically low interest rates, which look set to continue for many years. Term deposit rates barely beat the inflation rate. The upper deeming rate is actually higher than even the best term deposit rate. A group of people who should be happy are property developers.

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Apartment living under threat

PROPERTY developers have long been advocating for a change to the rules that govern apartment blocks. 

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Will NSW have an affordable housing fund?

BEFORE the State Election, the Council of Social Service, NSW (NCOSS), Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (a developer lobby group) and the Baird Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish an affordable housing fund.

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