The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has today called for a coordinated approach to stamp duty reform as the Australian economy emerges from its CV-19 induced slump.
REIA President, Mr Adrian Kelly, said that Australian property customers in owner-occupier categories were now paying on average 4 per cent of their entire value of the property in government stamp duties.
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