Stop Labor’s Negative Gearing Policy - Further Price Falls Guaranteed

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Greg Taylor
2 years ago
We worked hard to get on the ladder. We competed with other investors. Labor want to give free handouts to people who haven't put in any effort. We will not invest anymore into Australia if this measure is put in place.

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Leah Cannell
3 years ago
I don't want to have an increase in rents. Tenants are already struggling to make payments. We as a nation cannot have any more job losses. As well as all the other reasons in this partition.

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Tony Thompson
3 years ago
I don't believe it is good for anyone to get rid of Negative Gearing

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John Martin
3 years ago
Property Investment currently provides the best and only reliable means of creating the wealth necessary to cover the significant shortfall in super or pension income for most hard working Australians - Labor's ill conceived changes will destroy the financial futures of Aussies, cause an economic recession we didnt have to have and create a raft of other unintended negative consequences.

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Saxon Shirley
3 years ago
Negative gearing makes property investing affordable to every day people. The cost to the community is more than offset by taxes such as stamp duty and CGT.

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Michaela Alvares
3 years ago
I am signing because I do not agree with reduction in incentives to invest in property. Although negative gearing is not the main strategy it does help in the initial stages. I also believe that if someone is being proactive and sacrificing simple pleasures others take for granted by investing in property so they do not depend on the Govt handouts in retirement, they should be applauded and encouraged instead of being punished.

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Jeff Williams
3 years ago
I firmly believe the changes to the negative gearing laws will have a totally opposite effect to that which is anticipated. Successive governments have not invested in affordable public housing and have relied on the private sector to provide it, with negative gearing being one method to encourage an ongoing supply. Changing the law will decimate prices, drive investors out of the market and destroy the net worth of many property owners, while at the same time reducing the pool of affordable housing options affecting those who can least afford it.

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Rachel mills
3 years ago
it will cause issues long term for those investing for their retirement.

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Cindy Guo
3 years ago
A recession won’t forward anyone!

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Anne Horell
3 years ago
I don't agree with the proposed changes. Negative gearing is used in other forms of investing, yet labour has only targeted property investors.