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Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper finds

12-Jan-2018


Peter Martin, The Sydney Morning Herald

Axing negative gearing would lift home ownership to as much as 72.2 per cent of households, cut home prices by just 1.2 per cent and lift rents "only marginally", a study shown to the Reserve Bank of Australia has found.

Preliminary results from the economic modelling exercise, believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday.

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