FUNDED: A third of all new dwelling construction is financed by investors. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Negative gearing not just for the rich: report

The Real Estate Institute of Australia says its recently released report into negative gearing shows renters would pay much more if there were to be any changes to the policy, despite claims to the contrary by a leading research institute.


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The option of limiting negative gearing to new homes (not mentioned in this article) is the one on which the ACIL Allen report reaches its nadir of intellectual dishonesty: .

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