So great to see the positive policy of this new …

Comment on Demand for middle-range homes grows three-fold: agent. by Phil Walcott.

So great to see the positive policy of this new government is helping to turn around the devastating one of its predecessor.
The need for greed policies of the former NT Government only achieved a reduction of people’s lifestyle options and fed the players in charge already fattened bank accounts.
So glad the good people around Central Australia and the NT generally saw them for what they were and unceremoniously threw them out of office. They reaped what they sewed.
We have a brighter present and future now. Affordable and relevant housing / accommodation is basic and imperative to living well.

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