Australian Property Investor

Incentives for property investors are looming as a hot election topic in Western Australia, with both sides of government being urged to develop new initiatives to address a looming rental crisis in the state.

WA is heading to a state election in March, with incumbent Premier Mark McGowan fending off a challenge from newly-appointed Liberal leader Zak Kirkup.

In the sights of the Urban Development Institute of Australia are WA’s foreign buyer surcharge and stamp duty reform, with a revamp of both considered necessary to attract international and Eastern seaboard investors into the state.

To read the article in full, including comments from UDIA WA CEO Tanya Steinbeck, click here.

For more information on UDIA WA’s State Election #liveworkinvestwa campaign, click here.