GOVERNMENT & TAXES

Property taxes, infrastructure expenditure and performance ratings for federal and state governments

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Federal Government performance index
Australian Federal Government performance index. The index only encompasses the sentiment of Australian property industry professionals.

 


Source: ANZ/Property Council Survey
Sentiment where 0 is neutral
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State Government performance index
State Government performance index. The index only encompasses the sentiment of Australian property industry professionals.

 


Source: ANZ/Property Council Survey
Sentiment where 0 is neutral

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Commercial land tax rates

Commercial land tax rates and thresholds, derived from each State's revenue office.

New South Wales LAND TAX RATES

 Aggregate taxable unimproved value of the land Tax rates
0 - $628,999 Nil
$629,000 - $3,845,999 $100 plus 1.6 cents for every $1 over $629,000
$3,846,000 and over $51,572 plus 2.0 cents for every $1 over $3,846,000
 
Source: Office of State Revenue (NSW) / State Revenue Office (VIC) / WA Department of Finance / QLD Government / Revenue SA / State Revenue Office (TAS) / ACT Revenue Office
Land Tax 2018
 
 
 
Government income from land taxes
Total annual Government income from land taxes, taken from individual State budgets.

 

 

Source: NSW, VIC, QLD, WA, SA, TAS, ACT & NT State Governments

NSW Budget
VIC Budget
QLD Budget
WA Budget
SA Budget

TAS Budget
ACT Budget
NT Budget

 

Government income from stamp duty taxes
Total annual Government income from stamp duty taxes, taken from individual State budgets.

 

 

Source: NSW, VIC, QLD, WA, SA, TAS, ACT & NT State Governments

NSW Budget
VIC Budget
QLD Budget
WA Budget
SA Budget

TAS Budget
ACT Budget
NT Budget

 

Committed infrastructure funding from Government
Total level of general government sector investment in infrastructure committed to in each budget year.

 

 

Source: Infrastructure Partnerships Australia; Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor

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Foreign investment rules for Australian real estate

Summary of the main characteristics of the foreign investment rules for acquisitions of residential and commercial real estate in Australia.


Source: ACIL Allen / FIRB; Benefits of Foreign Investment in Real Estate May 2017

*Only some exemptions are included in this table; for details of all exempt persons and actions, please refer to FIRB's Guidance Note 4 (Residential Real Estate - Exemptions)
*As defined under subsection 35(1) of the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Regulation 2015
*Except for infrastructure as defined under subsection 31(2) of the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Regulation 2015

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