affordability

25th Aug 18, 9:21am
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Brendon Harre asks: Do we need to think small to solve big problems like rising housing and transport costs?
Brendon Harre asks: Do we need to think small to solve big problems like rising housing and transport costs?
25th Aug 18, 9:21am
5th Jul 18, 5:00am
Rodney Dickens checks how reliable economic forecasters' employment growth predictions are and how useful the leading indicators of employment are
Rodney Dickens checks how reliable economic forecasters' employment growth predictions are and how useful the leading indicators of employment are
5th Jul 18, 5:00am
16th Jun 18, 6:31am
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Brendon Harre says to solve our housing shortage the simplest solutions should be tried first, such as reducing taxes and removing impediments on building decent housing. Taxing housing more won't deliver more housing
Brendon Harre says to solve our housing shortage the simplest solutions should be tried first, such as reducing taxes and removing impediments on building decent housing. Taxing housing more won't deliver more housing
16th Jun 18, 6:31am
3rd Jun 18, 9:40am
Rodney Dickens says higher construction demand will soon attract building capacity, so KiwiBuild's demands will be responded to by industry without starving other sectors for long
Rodney Dickens says higher construction demand will soon attract building capacity, so KiwiBuild's demands will be responded to by industry without starving other sectors for long
3rd Jun 18, 9:40am
4th May 18, 12:25pm
Rodney Dickens doubts landlords' costs drive rents, suggesting it's more likely income growth does. But he finds there is confusion in the data with the biggest threat from inflation
Rodney Dickens doubts landlords' costs drive rents, suggesting it's more likely income growth does. But he finds there is confusion in the data with the biggest threat from inflation
4th May 18, 12:25pm
14th Apr 18, 9:59am
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Brendon Harre sees many reforms New Zealand could and should pursue to improve its urban performance, all of which we are in a good position to adopt
Brendon Harre sees many reforms New Zealand could and should pursue to improve its urban performance, all of which we are in a good position to adopt
14th Apr 18, 9:59am
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9th Mar 17, 11:37am
We check the claim that 'wages are not rising at the same rate' as rents, and extend the review to other housing and household costs
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We check the claim that 'wages are not rising at the same rate' as rents, and extend the review to other housing and household costs
9th Mar 17, 11:37am
28th Feb 17, 3:06pm
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New Zealand’s ‘housing crisis’ dominates domestic issues as New Zealand heads towards September election
New Zealand’s ‘housing crisis’ dominates domestic issues as New Zealand heads towards September election
28th Feb 17, 3:06pm
19th Feb 17, 7:31am
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Credit rater says affordability pressures and tighter regulation will cap house price growth, and that relative home price expensiveness has deteriorated more in NZ than any other country
Credit rater says affordability pressures and tighter regulation will cap house price growth, and that relative home price expensiveness has deteriorated more in NZ than any other country
19th Feb 17, 7:31am
14th Nov 16, 9:00am
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Auckland University's Michael Rehm says a burst of housing supply won't bring down house prices, but debt-to-income ratios will and are a policy option that will make Auckland houses affordable again
Auckland University's Michael Rehm says a burst of housing supply won't bring down house prices, but debt-to-income ratios will and are a policy option that will make Auckland houses affordable again
14th Nov 16, 9:00am
30th Jul 16, 8:43am
Gareth Morgan likes the latest version of the Auckland Unitary Plan, despite some flaws. Now he offers some solutions for the over-stimulated demand
Gareth Morgan likes the latest version of the Auckland Unitary Plan, despite some flaws. Now he offers some solutions for the over-stimulated demand
30th Jul 16, 8:43am
23rd Jul 16, 8:21am
Gareth Morgan finds it inexcusable that public policy settings are causing inequality, intergenerational damage, and misallocation of investment
Gareth Morgan finds it inexcusable that public policy settings are causing inequality, intergenerational damage, and misallocation of investment
23rd Jul 16, 8:21am
2nd Jul 16, 9:35am
Wealth inequality is on the rise – Gareth Morgan has seven graphs to show you why
Wealth inequality is on the rise – Gareth Morgan has seven graphs to show you why
2nd Jul 16, 9:35am
13th Jul 15, 4:09pm
Did you know? A guide to real estate charts and data you can find on interest.co.nz
Did you know? A guide to real estate charts and data you can find on interest.co.nz
13th Jul 15, 4:09pm
1st Jun 14, 8:00am
Bernard Hickey argues the Government's one-eyed focus on housing supply is blinding it to the real demand-side drivers behind Auckland's housing un-affordability
Bernard Hickey argues the Government's one-eyed focus on housing supply is blinding it to the real demand-side drivers behind Auckland's housing un-affordability
1st Jun 14, 8:00am
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
22nd Mar 14, 8:15am
Alistair Helm assesses how the property market will react to and handle the coming interest rate rises
Alistair Helm assesses how the property market will react to and handle the coming interest rate rises
22nd Mar 14, 8:15am
2nd Nov 13, 11:23pm
How will New Zealand households find the NZ$50 bln needed to build 100,000 new homes in the next 3 years?
How will New Zealand households find the NZ$50 bln needed to build 100,000 new homes in the next 3 years?
2nd Nov 13, 11:23pm
25th Jul 13, 8:39am
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There is no bubble if incomes from those who can afford it keeps pace with demand if supply stays low
There is no bubble if incomes from those who can afford it keeps pace with demand if supply stays low
25th Jul 13, 8:39am
9th Jul 13, 1:18pm
Matt Nolan says anyone pushing bans of the sale of property to non-residents just doesn’t understand the ‘problem’
Matt Nolan says anyone pushing bans of the sale of property to non-residents just doesn’t understand the ‘problem’
9th Jul 13, 1:18pm

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