The Reserve Bank governor has given the strongest indication yet that interest rates will be cut in June.
But even with interest rates already at record lows, many would-be first home buyers still have trouble getting into the property market.
One of the few policies the Coalition took to the election was a scheme to lower the amount first home buyers need to save to buy a property.
Lauren Day takes a look at how well or otherwise it might work.
Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-21/coalition-election-promise-for-first-home-buyers-risky-economist/11134020
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