Our Economic & Job Contribution

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Property is Australia's biggest industry

 
 
13%
of Australian GDP 
$0 billion 

The property industry is Australia's biggest employer

1.4 million jobs, more than mining + manufacturing combined

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Property Council welcomes progress on strata law Wednesday, 17 October 2018 The Property Council welcomes the Legislation Committee’s report on the Strata Titles Amendment Bill 2018 tabled in Parliament this week. Regional Victoria will benefit from unscrambling Victorian rail Tuesday, 16 October 2018 The Property Council of Australia has welcomed the Government’s announcement of $100 million for detailed planning for an enhanced regional railway network, untangling rail and supporting jobs and eco Industry leaders inspire female students to consider property a career Tuesday, 16 October 2018 The Property Council of Australia is celebrating recent success in launching its diversity-driven Girls in Property program in Western Australia. COAG Economic Reform Council should target housing affordability Thursday, 11 October 2018 The Property Council of Australia has welcomed Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen’s proposal for the creation of a new independent COAG Economic Reform Council. Sentiment Softening in Outlook for Australia's Biggest Industry Thursday, 11 October 2018 Property industry sentiment across Australia has fallen for the second consecutive quarter with drops in expectations across a number of key indicators including forward work and staffing levels. Queensland Drop in Industry Confidence Thursday, 11 October 2018 Queensland’s property industry has followed a worrying national trend, as industry confidence has fallen from 140 index points in September 2018 to 128 index points this quarter, according to the late
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