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House prices

8th Jun 21, 9:54am
Quotable Value says average housing value growth is slowing and is likely to slow further
Quotable Value says average housing value growth is slowing and is likely to slow further
8th Jun 21, 9:54am
6th Jun 21, 6:01am
BNZ's Stephen Toplis says house price inflation must fall and house prices could too. Supply growth exceeds demand growth and property returns are under pressure. He says the construction boom will moderate
BNZ's Stephen Toplis says house price inflation must fall and house prices could too. Supply growth exceeds demand growth and property returns are under pressure. He says the construction boom will moderate
6th Jun 21, 6:01am
5th Jun 21, 9:50am
Departing Co-operative Bank CEO David Cunningham sees flat to lower house prices over the next couple of years
Departing Co-operative Bank CEO David Cunningham sees flat to lower house prices over the next couple of years
5th Jun 21, 9:50am
3rd Jun 21, 8:00am
A crunch of bank lending figures over the past 20 years shows an ever increasing share of bank-borrowed money is going into houses rather than businesses or agriculture
A crunch of bank lending figures over the past 20 years shows an ever increasing share of bank-borrowed money is going into houses rather than businesses or agriculture
3rd Jun 21, 8:00am
2nd Jun 21, 5:00am
Average asking price for homes listed for sale on Realestate.co.nz down $22,000 in last two months, Auckland asking price down $27,000
Average asking price for homes listed for sale on Realestate.co.nz down $22,000 in last two months, Auckland asking price down $27,000
2nd Jun 21, 5:00am
1st Jun 21, 6:00pm
Changes to tax rules on residential investment properties, new LVR restrictions and the prospect of higher interest rates are starting to affect house prices, CoreLogic says
Changes to tax rules on residential investment properties, new LVR restrictions and the prospect of higher interest rates are starting to affect house prices, CoreLogic says
1st Jun 21, 6:00pm
31st May 21, 3:46pm
The surge in mortgage borrowing in the second half of 2020 saw annual growth in the total amount of mortgages outstanding in New Zealand top 11% - the highest figure since March 2008
The surge in mortgage borrowing in the second half of 2020 saw annual growth in the total amount of mortgages outstanding in New Zealand top 11% - the highest figure since March 2008
31st May 21, 3:46pm
30th May 21, 6:01am
The housing market may be at a turning point with prices at the bottom of the market declining in April
The housing market may be at a turning point with prices at the bottom of the market declining in April
30th May 21, 6:01am
26th May 21, 3:26pm
April mortgage borrowing has slowed, but is still running at historically high levels; first home buyers have strongly increased their share of the borrowing, while investor figures are down
April mortgage borrowing has slowed, but is still running at historically high levels; first home buyers have strongly increased their share of the borrowing, while investor figures are down
26th May 21, 3:26pm
25th May 21, 1:09pm
ANZ report says the border closure means housing supply is catching up with demand but there's still uncertainty over future immigration settings
ANZ report says the border closure means housing supply is catching up with demand but there's still uncertainty over future immigration settings
25th May 21, 1:09pm
23rd May 21, 6:01am
Jenée Tibshraeny argues this is the opportune time to raise benefits, with homeowners happy, business confidence high and the pre-election battle for 'middle NZ' still a wee way off
Jenée Tibshraeny argues this is the opportune time to raise benefits, with homeowners happy, business confidence high and the pre-election battle for 'middle NZ' still a wee way off
23rd May 21, 6:01am
22nd May 21, 10:09am
by Guest
A country’s ability to improve its standard of living over time depends almost entirely on its ability to raise its output per worker. And Budget 2021 puts that off again, to our wellbeing detriment
A country’s ability to improve its standard of living over time depends almost entirely on its ability to raise its output per worker. And Budget 2021 puts that off again, to our wellbeing detriment
22nd May 21, 10:09am
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20th May 21, 3:23pm
Treasury concedes that the Government's changes to housing policy will result in slower economic recovery and 'prolong the period of monetary support needed'
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Treasury concedes that the Government's changes to housing policy will result in slower economic recovery and 'prolong the period of monetary support needed'
20th May 21, 3:23pm
19th May 21, 12:35pm
If the current wave of inflationary pressures prove to be more than just a passing flurry, the Reserve Bank will be forced to raise interest rates. And rising mortgage payments will be a new thing for many mortgage holders
If the current wave of inflationary pressures prove to be more than just a passing flurry, the Reserve Bank will be forced to raise interest rates. And rising mortgage payments will be a new thing for many mortgage holders
19th May 21, 12:35pm
19th May 21, 10:00am
The yields on residential investment property have declined considerably as rental growth fails to keep up with rising prices
The yields on residential investment property have declined considerably as rental growth fails to keep up with rising prices
19th May 21, 10:00am
18th May 21, 3:35pm
Two-thirds of Auckland first home buyers in March borrowed at a DTI of over five - and their mortgage sizes averaged in excess of $750,000 each
Two-thirds of Auckland first home buyers in March borrowed at a DTI of over five - and their mortgage sizes averaged in excess of $750,000 each
18th May 21, 3:35pm
18th May 21, 9:26am
The housing market is starting to settle in for winter as auction volumes decline
The housing market is starting to settle in for winter as auction volumes decline
18th May 21, 9:26am
14th May 21, 10:34am
House prices were particularly soft in Auckland in April, with prices heading down on the North Shore and in Central Auckland
House prices were particularly soft in Auckland in April, with prices heading down on the North Shore and in Central Auckland
14th May 21, 10:34am
13th May 21, 9:52am
The national median dwelling price declined by 1.8% in April but price movements were mixed around the country
The national median dwelling price declined by 1.8% in April but price movements were mixed around the country
13th May 21, 9:52am
12th May 21, 1:48pm
As long as interest rates don't rise appreciably, our housing market should be fine. Probably. But inflation is the wild card. Potentially very wild
As long as interest rates don't rise appreciably, our housing market should be fine. Probably. But inflation is the wild card. Potentially very wild
12th May 21, 1:48pm
6th May 21, 12:16pm
According to the Reserve Bank it now takes over 220% of median disposable household income to fund a 20% deposit on a house
According to the Reserve Bank it now takes over 220% of median disposable household income to fund a 20% deposit on a house
6th May 21, 12:16pm
5th May 21, 7:21pm
New figures from the RBNZ show that up to 71% of the money being borrowed each month recently by investors for houses has been done on high debt to income ratios
New figures from the RBNZ show that up to 71% of the money being borrowed each month recently by investors for houses has been done on high debt to income ratios
5th May 21, 7:21pm
4th May 21, 2:14pm
Investors accounted for over a third of the growth in the country's bank mortgage stock in the six months to the end of March; meanwhile, on the farm, dairy lending is falling fast
Investors accounted for over a third of the growth in the country's bank mortgage stock in the six months to the end of March; meanwhile, on the farm, dairy lending is falling fast
4th May 21, 2:14pm
3rd May 21, 9:22am
David Hargreaves looks at the all-night mortgage borrowing bender Kiwis are going on while lending to 'productive' parts of the economy withers
David Hargreaves looks at the all-night mortgage borrowing bender Kiwis are going on while lending to 'productive' parts of the economy withers
3rd May 21, 9:22am
29th Apr 21, 3:25pm
Kiwis have again been borrowing up large, with nearly $10.5 billion loaned by the banks in the past month for mortgages; first home buyers borrowed a record amount; investors borrowed close to record levels
Kiwis have again been borrowing up large, with nearly $10.5 billion loaned by the banks in the past month for mortgages; first home buyers borrowed a record amount; investors borrowed close to record levels
29th Apr 21, 3:25pm

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