Statistics NZ

30th Jul 19, 11:28am
New dwelling consents hit a record high in Auckland but are lagging behind in many other regions
New dwelling consents hit a record high in Auckland but are lagging behind in many other regions
30th Jul 19, 11:28am
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27th Jul 19, 9:00am
More overseas people are cashing up and selling their New Zealand properties than are buying them
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More overseas people are cashing up and selling their New Zealand properties than are buying them
27th Jul 19, 9:00am
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15th Jul 19, 11:42am
NZ is gaining just over 50,000 people a year from migration, down 20% compared to three years ago
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NZ is gaining just over 50,000 people a year from migration, down 20% compared to three years ago
15th Jul 19, 11:42am
5th Jul 19, 2:20pm
Statistics NZ estimates the number of households renting their homes increased by 15,400 in the year to June, while owner-occupied households increased by 7900
Statistics NZ estimates the number of households renting their homes increased by 15,400 in the year to June, while owner-occupied households increased by 7900
5th Jul 19, 2:20pm
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2nd Jul 19, 12:08pm
Residential construction shows no sign of slowing down as new consents hit a forty five year high, pushed up by a strong rise in consents for townhouses in Auckland
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Residential construction shows no sign of slowing down as new consents hit a forty five year high, pushed up by a strong rise in consents for townhouses in Auckland
2nd Jul 19, 12:08pm
26th Jun 19, 11:58am
Findings from Statistics NZ's General Social Survey show a third of renters say their house is very suitable, compared to half of homeowners
Findings from Statistics NZ's General Social Survey show a third of renters say their house is very suitable, compared to half of homeowners
26th Jun 19, 11:58am
26th Jun 19, 7:39am
The number of new homes being completed in Auckland could increase by about a third over the next two years
The number of new homes being completed in Auckland could increase by about a third over the next two years
26th Jun 19, 7:39am
24th Jun 19, 1:22pm
ASB economists say restrictions on non-resident house buying in NZ are 'biting' and this supports the ASB view that there will only be a 'modest' pick-up in house prices in the second half of this year
ASB economists say restrictions on non-resident house buying in NZ are 'biting' and this supports the ASB view that there will only be a 'modest' pick-up in house prices in the second half of this year
24th Jun 19, 1:22pm
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19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson admits lack of faith in Treasury's immigration projections; Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf a no-show at Budget briefing
19th Jun 19, 12:15pm
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12th Jun 19, 11:35am
There has been a surge in long term arrivals coming to this country in the year to April
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There has been a surge in long term arrivals coming to this country in the year to April
12th Jun 19, 11:35am
7th Jun 19, 1:32pm
Value of new building work up 15.7% in the first quarter year-on-year to $6.11 billion, Statistics New Zealand says
Value of new building work up 15.7% in the first quarter year-on-year to $6.11 billion, Statistics New Zealand says
7th Jun 19, 1:32pm
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30th May 19, 11:01am
Statistics NZ figures for April suggest house building activity both in Auckland and around the country may be starting to ease, albeit from very high levels
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Statistics NZ figures for April suggest house building activity both in Auckland and around the country may be starting to ease, albeit from very high levels
30th May 19, 11:01am
14th May 19, 12:10pm
Strong growth in migration from China pushes total migration gain up 10.9% in year to March, Statistics NZ says, as it revises February year estimate down
Strong growth in migration from China pushes total migration gain up 10.9% in year to March, Statistics NZ says, as it revises February year estimate down
14th May 19, 12:10pm
6th May 19, 11:09am
David Hargreaves says the Government should take advantage of the quieter house market to put in place more exact measures of who owns houses and where they come from
David Hargreaves says the Government should take advantage of the quieter house market to put in place more exact measures of who owns houses and where they come from
6th May 19, 11:09am
Photo: Alex Borland
2nd May 19, 11:30am
New dwelling consent activity remains strong with the number of new consents issued nationally more than doubling over the last five years
New dwelling consent activity remains strong with the number of new consents issued nationally more than doubling over the last five years
2nd May 19, 11:30am
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2nd May 19, 11:18am
Stats NZ says number of residential properties sold to overseas buyers plummeted in the March quarter after the foreign buyer ban came fully into place
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Stats NZ says number of residential properties sold to overseas buyers plummeted in the March quarter after the foreign buyer ban came fully into place
2nd May 19, 11:18am
29th Apr 19, 2:00pm
David Hargreaves says the harsh reality of what will pass as Census 2018 information demonstrates the urgent need to bin the whole thing and bring forward the next census
David Hargreaves says the harsh reality of what will pass as Census 2018 information demonstrates the urgent need to bin the whole thing and bring forward the next census
29th Apr 19, 2:00pm
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29th Apr 19, 1:13pm
The long-delayed release of information from last year's Census will start in September - but Stats NZ concedes there are insurmountable gaps of information in some key areas, including iwi affiliation
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The long-delayed release of information from last year's Census will start in September - but Stats NZ concedes there are insurmountable gaps of information in some key areas, including iwi affiliation
29th Apr 19, 1:13pm
17th Apr 19, 10:59am
Consumer price index rises 0.1% in Mar quarter and 1.5% over the year; Higher cigarette prices are offset by lower petrol prices; dollar drops sharply
Consumer price index rises 0.1% in Mar quarter and 1.5% over the year; Higher cigarette prices are offset by lower petrol prices; dollar drops sharply
17th Apr 19, 10:59am
12th Apr 19, 11:46am
Net migration up 19% in year to February compared to previous year, almost a record high
Net migration up 19% in year to February compared to previous year, almost a record high
12th Apr 19, 11:46am

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