Investor frenzy reached fever pitch as fears that the recent federal election would bring about a change of government, change of rules and an end to the investors free lunch. But alas, nothing much has changed.

Jeremy Calnan and Omar Moujalli discuss investor behaviour in the lead up to the recent federal election.

Important Points from this discussion:

  • Why do we get so obsessive over what could happen?
  • Why Calnan Flack and Examine Property kept advising wait until we know what WILL happen
  • The time and effort wasted worrying about negative gearing changes
  • Announcements v Legislation
  • What has changed? Only policy to gain bipartisan support? 1st homeowners grant
  • What opportunities have been created

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