First-home buyers thin on the ground

First-home buyers thin on the ground

There are 6 comments on the Sydney Morning Herald story from May 15, 2012, titled First-home buyers thin on the ground. In it, Sydney Morning Herald reports that:

This week's Housing Finance data release offered some new clues on the immediate future of house prices.

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Since: Dec 10

Perth, Australia

#1 May 15, 2012
Because governments especially the states have made it so costly with the taxes and added expenses on building a new home....they don't want people in this country to own property because it means new costly infrastructure.....this government especially WA are more intent on using this money to cover the 3000 million dollar energy debarcle by their own energy minister....you will see pensioners, those out of work, and new home owners foot the bill for this governments mistakes...the other states need to drop all the added taxes and fees to make this a possibility for those wanting to enter the housing market and put big money into paying for more desperately needed public housing....
The Impostor Catchers

Sweden

#2 May 15, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
Because governments especially the states have made it so costly with the taxes and added expenses on building a new home....they don't want people in this country to own property because it means new costly infrastructure.....this government especially WA are more intent on using this money to cover the 3000 million dollar energy debarcle by their own energy minister....you will see pensioners, those out of work, and new home owners foot the bill for this governments mistakes...the other states need to drop all the added taxes and fees to make this a possibility for those wanting to enter the housing market and put big money into paying for more desperately needed public housing....
You fail pathetically, julieuk BABOON FACE.

This is normal Aussie/Ahomana julieuk BABOON FACE, Malbar Kaka pi Kosson KK, CACA Eaters Spotter London, UK , gens de kuler don bukuFESLondon, UK, kangeroo poo, BEASTY boy JOSIAN HumbRAT the chimp impostor at work.

Get back in your cage, idiotic primitive MalbarCACA BABOON nutC$se.

Brainless MAlbarCACA Bhangi FUCKTARD tranny, fark off.
Meatballs n Snow

Miami, FL

#3 May 16, 2012
The Impostor Catchers wrote:
<quoted text>
You fail pathetically, julieuk BABOON FACE.
This is normal Aussie/Ahomana julieuk BABOON FACE, Malbar Kaka pi Kosson KK, CACA Eaters Spotter London, UK , gens de kuler don bukuFESLondon, UK, kangeroo poo, BEASTY boy JOSIAN HumbRAT the chimp impostor at work.
Get back in your cage, idiotic primitive MalbarCACA BABOON nutC$se.
Brainless MAlbarCACA Bhangi FUCKTARD tranny, fark off.
LMFAO

Reading rage-filled tirades from Swedes with English language difficulties always gets the laugh bag opened up.

Maybe someone scratched his ABBA record or his Saab.

Since: May 12

Kakinada, India

#4 May 30, 2012
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Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#5 May 30, 2012
The housing bubble must be close to bursting.

“ACT”

Since: Jul 11

Canberra

#6 May 30, 2012
Ahomana wrote:
Because governments especially the states have made it so costly with the taxes and added expenses on building a new home....they don't want people in this country to own property because it means new costly infrastructure.....this government especially WA are more intent on using this money to cover the 3000 million dollar energy debarcle by their own energy minister....you will see pensioners, those out of work, and new home owners foot the bill for this governments mistakes...the other states need to drop all the added taxes and fees to make this a possibility for those wanting to enter the housing market and put big money into paying for more desperately needed public housing....
A-homo would rather live in Perth on the dole and hope his lucky number comes up for public housing and free dental care rather than get his hands dirty earning big money on offer from mining companies.

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