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Employment figures weaken in April: NAB

NAB’s monthly business survey – considered by the Reserve Bank to be a leading indicator of trends in the labour market – shows employment figures have fallen sharply in April.

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Smaller lenders could benefit from proposed 5% deposit scheme

The Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA) has welcomed the LNP’s 5% deposit scheme, which is set to give preference to smaller banks.

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The case for – and against – allowing pets in your rental property

To allow pets, or not to allow pets? That is the question for many property investors.

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Climate change could wipe out $571 billion from the housing market

A new report by the Climate Council has found Australia’s property market could lose $571 billion in value over the next 10 years thanks to extreme weather caused by climate change.

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Brisbane the most expensive major capital for fuel prices: RACQ

Brisbane has the most expensive fuel prices among the five major capitals, according to the RACQ’s Monthly Fuel Price Report for April.

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40% of Australians prefer metal credit cards over plastic

New research has found 40% of Australians would prefer a metal credit card over a plastic one, mainly due to the perceived status they provide.

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Retail turnover is up in March, just

Australian retail turnover rose 0.3% in March, slightly beating market expectations.

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How is rental income taxed?

If you’ve got a rental property, or are considering investing in one, then you should know just how taxation applies to your rental income.

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Rental vacancies on the rise in April

Rental vacancy rates rose in every capital city in April, according to the latest data from Domain.

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Dwelling approval figures collapse in March

After an unexpected rise in February, the number of new dwellings approved in March fell by a seasonally adjusted 15.5%.

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