Thousands of robocalls of Mark Bouris, founder of Yellow Brick Road, urged voters to repulse the Labor party on Saturday and fell to the electoral laws, among the accusations that he said "lies" about Bill Shorten's negative proposals.
Bouris, a strong critic of Labor's plans to limit the negative gears to the new properties, was presented in an attack on voters on Wednesday night in which he warned that house prices would fall back on politics.
"What we don't need after this Saturday's election is a government that puts additional pressure on property prices in Australia, eliminating the gears and changing the tax regime for capital gains on property," he said.
"If Labor wins and makes negative exchange rate changes and tax gains change, house prices will fall, they will continue to fall at a very rapid pace, and what is worse, our children will have to pay more rent because investors will have to pay the rent. Rent to recover the losses that you would normally get as a tax deduction ".