Expect to hear more on this in coming weeks:
Thanks for the link,and this is a quote from that link..
Hockey has made claims that negative gearing reform would increase rents. This myth has been comprehensively debunked, in theory and in practice: it did not occur when negative gearing was wound back in 1985, and it won't occur today..
That's the problem when you have short super low term interest rates,and changes in banking regulations,which has induced property equities investors and the lenders to take more risks,and some over the next 18 months may or may not experience substantial loss, because once you have a liquidity mismatch as I think there is in several property hot spots in Australia all they are trying to do is stall a deep recession..