Contrary to the clickbait peddlers, there's no property crash. If anything, our financial sector, and the surrounding economy, have become more resilient in recent years.
According to many residents, Sydney has suddenly reached capacity. But the problem isn't a physical one: it's political.
Why there's money in printing the paper on the weekend, and not at many other times. Glenn Dyer and Myriam Robin report.
Australians are completely besotted with property, but owning real estate is not some kind of magical investment.
Making the sale of the principal place of residence CGT-free is nothing short of intergenerational theft.
While powerful political donors fire up campaigns in support of negative gearing, who speaks for those whom the policy hurts?
Crikey readers discuss Malcolm Fraser's Renew Australia party and other issues of the day.
Our politicians have pretty impressive property portfolios, according to parliamentary documents.
Negative gearing is costing the government billions but is doing absolutely nothing to boost supply. Let's get rid of it, writes economist and MacroBusiness commentator Leith van Onselen.