OVERSEAS BUYERS SNAPPING UP HOMES FUELLED DECISION TO BAN CASH PAYMENTS OF MORE THAN $10,000

Cashed up foreign investors buying Sydney homes with 'suitcases stuffed with cash' are the reason why the federal government is putting a stop to cash payments of more than $10,000.

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