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The federal election is just weeks away, and property policies are proving to be a central issue.
As Aussies countdown to 21 May to cast their votes (with a side of democracy sausage), Grace Ormsby, editor of SPI, and Sadhana Smiles, the chief executive of Real Estate Industry Partners (REIP), reflect on the policies taking centre stage in the campaign, dissect the plan of action that has been laid out by the major political parties to address the housing crisis, and discuss how the political wildcards coming into the fore could change the election’s outcome.
The duo digs deeper into the “Great Resignation” sweeping across the real estate industry, with Sadhana emphasising that the time has come for business leaders to “take the bulls by the horn”.
They touch on the question of how preferential voting will be a game changer in the upcoming elections, why it’s important to understand the policies and platforms of all political parties, and the property market trends that could emerge before and after the election.
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