He’s CEO of Australia’s largest residential property development company, with strong views on housing and taxation policy.
Changes to negative gearing has been supported by Steinert, who Christopher says has much to gain if Labor wins the election.
“Last year, Steinert argued for curbs to negative gearing, in de facto support of Labor’s policy to curb concessions,” Christopher said.
“Abolishing negative gearing on established homes could be a boon for developers of new properties, which would put Mark and his company in a box seat.
“So as the election gets closer to the day, we expect Mark to be advocating with force.”
Stocklands has a combined development pipeline of more than 82,000 residential lots and 3000 retirement units in key growth corridors.