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The continued decline in Australian housing sales, in one chart

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1 hour ago, cobran20 said:

Wait until the change of Federal government next year. They have a solid track record in turning budgets deep red.

Who doubled, or was it tripled the debt unnecessarily?

Your sh*t coloured political glasses are coke thick. 

<Globuall warming is a sham. Libs/nats/CLP are good. Labor is bad. Greens are worse. >

Should have gone to spec savers. 

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23 hours ago, zaph said:

Who doubled, or was it tripled the debt unnecessarily?

Your sh*t coloured political glasses are coke thick. 

<Globuall warming is a sham. Libs/nats/CLP are good. Labor is bad. Greens are worse. >

Should have gone to spec savers. 

tell me again when was the last time a Federal Labor government had a surplus budget?

I'd say give it a rest as not even Specsavers will stop you going blind

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2 hours ago, Mr Medved said:

It could be worse - your place could go to practically zero!

Merry Christmas!

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-24/sydney-high-rise-evacuated-after-residents-hear-cracking-sounds

Read that. I'm sure more of those Meriton Valley buildings would have been built to similar standards. If it is out of the whatever warranty comes with those new buildings, the body corporate kitty is going to get emptied quickly paying for the repairs (assuming it is repairable).

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say no more...

Residents in 36-storey Sydney building evacuated on Christmas Eve still stranded

 

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...  the NSW Government has ordered an urgent review of the structural integrity of all buildings in Olympic Park that were approved under fast-track legislation...

... Questions have been raised over whether planning and construction has been appropriately supervised as development rapidly increases in the area.

A structural engineer from the University of Sydney told the newspaper the damage was unlike any he had seen in Australia.

Ali Hadigheh said it was more in line with developing countries where building codes were lax...

...  Mr Aflak reassured residents they would be covered under warranty...

 

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"more in line with developing countries"... haha most people haven't woken up to the fact that Australia has devolved to the status of a developing country.

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On 12/25/2018 at 9:20 PM, cobran20 said:

Read that. I'm sure more of those Meriton Valley buildings would have been built to similar standards. If it is out of the whatever warranty comes with those new buildings, the body corporate kitty is going to get emptied quickly paying for the repairs (assuming it is repairable).

As expected...

How ‘sick’ buildings are showing signs of infection across the city

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