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two otherguys Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
Most of the mums and dads some of whom will be getting into shares for the first time probably got what they...gordon Govt scales back Genesis bids sharply
MdM, your logic is as intellectually deficit as ACT party. Of course local manufacturers get a tax credit on...Zanyzane Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
Kakapo Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
Has anyone thought of selling the ACT party to some unsuspecting foreigner? I know it is hard to put a value...Basel Brush III Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
He tried to argue against storming Norman over climate change, really ACT came across as a retarded and blind...steven Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
He's not in a position of power, thank **** He probably wont even exist come October 2014, unless Epsom?...steven Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
With that sort of logic, I believe ACT party is past tense. Foreign sourced funding from new migrants may...Zanyzane Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
Do we think New Zealand manufacturers should only be allowed to sell their products to New Zealanders?Ms de Meanour Selling houses to foreigners 'benefits NZers'
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powerdownkiwi English says planning rules hiked rents
dazz 'All power to the borrowers!'
waymad Govt sets housing affordability target
ostrich Govt sets housing affordability target
Keyser Söze Migration the 'swing factor' for Auckland housing
Andrewj Why do we study?
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Actually they should ban high LVR lending, where the borrower doesn't have a deposit of at least 20%, altogether.
36% (223 votes)
Yes, as soon as possible.
24% (151 votes)
They should leave the restriction as it is for at least another year.
14% (90 votes)
No, but they should increase the limit from 10% to 15%.
13% (81 votes)
No, they should leave the 10% limit there permanently.
13% (79 votes)
Total voters: 624
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- English says planning rules hiked rents 45
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- Inflation weaker than expected 37
- Why NZ's productivity is an OECD laggard 32
- English sees 20% wage growth in 6 yrs 24
- Chinese developer to build Auckland hotel 21
- Govt scales back Genesis bids sharply 18
- Key open to foreign buyer data inquiry 15
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