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Mike Blackburn

Mike Blackburn reckons housebuilding will slow sharply as developers delay new projects and they struggle to complete current ones
25th Nov 21, 10:09am
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Mike Blackburn reckons housebuilding will slow sharply as developers delay new projects and they struggle to complete current ones
Mike Blackburn is watching a startling rise in section prices for new-builds in Christchurch and sees a complete disconnect between the current rate of land development and demand for new housing
25th Oct 21, 9:02am
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Mike Blackburn is watching a startling rise in section prices for new-builds in Christchurch and sees a complete disconnect between the current rate of land development and demand for new housing
Mike Blackburn says the rise and rise of residential building consents is likely to end soon as the home building industry struggles with capacity issues. And buyers may balk at the new cost realities
7th Jul 21, 2:31pm
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Mike Blackburn says the rise and rise of residential building consents is likely to end soon as the home building industry struggles with capacity issues. And buyers may balk at the new cost realities
Multi unit developments in Christchurch City are rising strongly with individual unit sizes now averaging less than 80 m2
30th Jun 21, 2:14pm
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Multi unit developments in Christchurch City are rising strongly with individual unit sizes now averaging less than 80 m2
New houses cost less in Christchurch, but those costs are rising faster than in Auckland. On a per sq m basis, multi unit housing costs even more. Moving to the outskirts saves 10%
4th Jun 21, 8:42am
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New houses cost less in Christchurch, but those costs are rising faster than in Auckland. On a per sq m basis, multi unit housing costs even more. Moving to the outskirts saves 10%
Early data out of the Christchurch urban area shows strong residential building consent approvals in April, indicating rising activity in the year ahead - just as some key demographics start to change
25th May 21, 3:51pm
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Early data out of the Christchurch urban area shows strong residential building consent approvals in April, indicating rising activity in the year ahead - just as some key demographics start to change