With more than 1,000 units of housing under construction every day and about 700,000 households waiting for homes, the financial system is under enormous strain.

It’s not the only thing the economy is suffering.

The financial system has to work with a complex and highly complex set of policies and regulations to ensure that we don’t end up with a housing bubble.

We have to be able to get loans on the books, to put people to work and to help families buy their first home.

The government’s policy on housing finance and the role of the Commonwealth has been a huge step in that direction, but it’s not enough.

It will only make the housing crisis worse.

It is important for the Government to have a strong policy to help get people into work and build more houses and that includes providing tax relief to help households pay down their mortgages.

This would allow them to afford to buy a house.

It would also help create jobs and lift up the economy, as we have seen in the past with the introduction of GST, the introduction by the Reserve Bank of its new mortgage rate cut and the Reserve’s move to reduce interest rates.

But we should also look at ways of building on the work the Government has done in the last few months to help people buy a home, such as building on its new housing finance scheme.

This scheme allows households to borrow up to $10,000 to buy and build their first property.

It is designed to help the Government reduce mortgage costs, so that more households are able to afford a home.

For the past three years, the Government had provided $1 billion to help borrowers in that scheme.

But this has been cut from $1.2 billion and the Government now needs to raise another $1bn, which is why it has agreed to help $1b of that amount by using the money to pay down the remaining $10 billion of its mortgage debt.

That is a massive increase in the debt that is being incurred to help reduce the debt, and that means that the Government is now looking to build on the $1billion it has already raised.

So we will be looking at ways to increase that $1,000 that has been pledged to help first-home buyers.

We will also be looking to help other first-time buyers by making it easier for them to buy their second home.

This will also help the affordability of that second home, and I think that is a fantastic thing.

The Government has been able to reduce the amount of mortgage debt for first-timers by $2 billion over the past four years, but we mustn’t forget the interest that is currently owed on that debt, which currently stands at $4.5 billion.

That debt is currently due to repay a debt of $2.5bn that was already due to the Government for three years.

That’s $1m that the Treasury has to pay off every year.

To help first time buyers, the Federal Government has also committed to increasing the interest rate on all residential loans.

With the current level of interest rates at 0.75 per cent, first time home buyers are paying about $1 in interest per month on a loan of about $15,000.

That will be increased to $1 per $10k of debt, or about $7.50 a month.

We are increasing that rate to $2 per $20k, or $13.50.

That gives them $1 a month to pay the interest on their loan, which will save them about $10 a month off their interest.

That means that, in the short term, they are saving about $300 a year in interest.

This is an important step forward in helping first- time buyers and also saving money for those who want to buy.

However, the increase in interest rates will not be enough.

In order to help more first time homeowners, the current rate of interest for all loans will be cut to 0.5 per cent in March 2018.

That should give first time borrowers a good deal more to pay for a home and will help to keep the price of a home down for those in need.

It also means that first time buyer will pay less than the amount that they currently pay in interest on loans.

So if they are a first-timer buying their first house, that is an incredible savings.

But if they want to save even more money and buy a property with a higher price tag, they will have to pay more for a house with a bigger down payment, or more interest.

The new interest rate will mean that for first time first home buyers, their first mortgage will be $1 for every $10 of debt they have, whereas it is now $2 for every dollar of debt.

What’s more, the new interest rates are set to be cut in half in July 2018, when the Government will begin to raise capital.

In the short-term, that will help first home owners to