Victoria enters a 6-week lockdown.
Victorian modular builder, Archiblox, was $5.5 million in debt.
Casual workers might be on the “road” to receive holiday pay.
Apparently abolishing stamp duty favours the rich.
10,000 rental reductions have been approved by the state.
Three gamers were fined nearly $5000 for gaming at home.
Builder licensing isn’t stopping dodgy operators.
#PayDayLoans #Finances #HeiseSays People are complaining about payday lending and accusing them of predatory behaviour. Do we need government intervention or better financial education? References Millions of Australians falling victim to ‘predatory’ payday lenders, report shows https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-12/payday-loans-increasing-single-mums-growing-borrowing-sector/11694908?fbclid=IwAR3kwZ9iW4nxXQfXKGN-zI7uu4QC74TFFykWXtzQLHc5VTOydZyu787-PIM
#Property #RealEstate #HeiseSays An apartment shortfall is being predicted based on advertising data. Once again I am sceptical. References Slump in new apartment projects means shortfall in 2021
#Property #RealEstate #HeiseSays REA is claiming that the end of the property boom was manufactured. References https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/about-as-bad-as-it-can-get-rea-boss-bemoans-worst-market-for-property-in-decades-20191108-p538ow.html?fbclid=IwAR3UM5jA4C94d67mb3GgVYiBCfXFna6JSrWPb5uCXbzGwRJJl6KajtGhx_E