Liberal Party's housing policy gets a mixed response in the south-west

William Huynh
Katrina Lovell
By William Huynh, and Katrina Lovell
Updated May 19 2022 - 12:19am, first published May 16 2022 - 5:30am
HOUSING PLAN: The Liberal Party has proposed a housing policy which would grant first-home hunters to access up to $50,000 of their super to buy a home, and allow downsizers to put $300,000 back into their retirement savings. Picture: Chris Doheny

A Liberal Party election pitch to first-home buyers and downsizers has received a mixed response in the south-west.

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William Huynh

William Huynh

Journalist

Katrina Lovell

Katrina Lovell

Journalist

Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories.