Housing

4th Sep 19, 2:34pm
The latest MBIE National Construction Pipeline Report sees nationwide house building peaking at 38,000 in the next few years - about 5,000 houses a year fewer than earlier forecast
The latest MBIE National Construction Pipeline Report sees nationwide house building peaking at 38,000 in the next few years - about 5,000 houses a year fewer than earlier forecast
4th Sep 19, 2:34pm
3rd Sep 19, 8:58am
David Hargreaves analyses the crucial roles in the house market that the investors, the first home buyers and Kiwisaver have been playing
David Hargreaves analyses the crucial roles in the house market that the investors, the first home buyers and Kiwisaver have been playing
3rd Sep 19, 8:58am
16th Aug 19, 4:47pm
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the effect on Auckland urban development of government plans to protect food producing land is not yet clear
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the effect on Auckland urban development of government plans to protect food producing land is not yet clear
16th Aug 19, 4:47pm
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9th Aug 19, 11:17am
Statistics NZ estimates New Zealand's net migration gain increased 1% in the June year compared to the previous year to 49,427
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Statistics NZ estimates New Zealand's net migration gain increased 1% in the June year compared to the previous year to 49,427
9th Aug 19, 11:17am
8th Aug 19, 4:32pm
Auckland Council says $2 billion in transport funding is needed before large scale development plans for Drury and Pukekohe can take place
Auckland Council says $2 billion in transport funding is needed before large scale development plans for Drury and Pukekohe can take place
8th Aug 19, 4:32pm
5th Aug 19, 4:09pm
Over 34,000 homes expected to be built in the Pukekohe and Drury areas by 2050
Over 34,000 homes expected to be built in the Pukekohe and Drury areas by 2050
5th Aug 19, 4:09pm
2nd Aug 19, 10:00am
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on all signs pointing down for the OCR, why cuts won't stimulate the economy enough, boosting the housing market, a below zero OCR may be closer than we think and why fiscal policy needs to take the driver's seat - fast
Infometrics' Brad Olsen on all signs pointing down for the OCR, why cuts won't stimulate the economy enough, boosting the housing market, a below zero OCR may be closer than we think and why fiscal policy needs to take the driver's seat - fast
2nd Aug 19, 10:00am
31st Jul 19, 3:54pm
Auckland Council report suggests 66% of the city's future urban zoned land is on elite or prime soils as the government works on a national policy statement for highly productive land
Auckland Council report suggests 66% of the city's future urban zoned land is on elite or prime soils as the government works on a national policy statement for highly productive land
31st Jul 19, 3:54pm
25th Jul 19, 9:22am
Westpac economists change their call and now see two further cuts to the OCR this year - but they say even three cuts would be a possibility; house price rises may be even more than Westpac has forecast
Westpac economists change their call and now see two further cuts to the OCR this year - but they say even three cuts would be a possibility; house price rises may be even more than Westpac has forecast
25th Jul 19, 9:22am
24th Jul 19, 12:40pm
David Norman says Auckland house prices are on a track to satisfy the RBNZ, and first home buyers. But those who have bought for capital gains in the last three years will be least happy with the outlook
David Norman says Auckland house prices are on a track to satisfy the RBNZ, and first home buyers. But those who have bought for capital gains in the last three years will be least happy with the outlook
24th Jul 19, 12:40pm
24th Jul 19, 9:30am
Government tasks working group with considering whether Resource Management Act should be broken up to separately deal with land use planning and environmental protection
Government tasks working group with considering whether Resource Management Act should be broken up to separately deal with land use planning and environmental protection
24th Jul 19, 9:30am
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16th Jul 19, 10:56am
Inflation up 0.6% in June quarter in line with RBNZ expectations; Rise comes off the back of higher petrol prices and rents; Market reaction muted
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Inflation up 0.6% in June quarter in line with RBNZ expectations; Rise comes off the back of higher petrol prices and rents; Market reaction muted
16th Jul 19, 10:56am
15th Jul 19, 8:00am
Chris Trotter wonders when we as a nation stopped believing in ourselves sufficiently to attempt big heroic state projects such as those completed in the past
Chris Trotter wonders when we as a nation stopped believing in ourselves sufficiently to attempt big heroic state projects such as those completed in the past
15th Jul 19, 8:00am
4th Jul 19, 5:00am
Productivity Commission details a series of potential funding options for local government, citing growing pressures from infrastructure, climate change and tourism
Productivity Commission details a series of potential funding options for local government, citing growing pressures from infrastructure, climate change and tourism
4th Jul 19, 5:00am
1st Jul 19, 9:58am
If Megan Woods really is a left-wing housing minister, then pushing for a left-wing shift in housing policy is the last thing she will do, Chris Trotter argues
If Megan Woods really is a left-wing housing minister, then pushing for a left-wing shift in housing policy is the last thing she will do, Chris Trotter argues
1st Jul 19, 9:58am
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27th Jun 19, 4:04pm
Cabinet reshuffle sees team of three ministers, headed by Megan Woods, made responsible for housing and Kris Faafoi promoted to Cabinet
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Cabinet reshuffle sees team of three ministers, headed by Megan Woods, made responsible for housing and Kris Faafoi promoted to Cabinet
27th Jun 19, 4:04pm
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
IMF cautions the Reserve Bank about any further loosening of the 'speed limits' on high loan to value residential lending; welcomes prospect of introduction of vacant land tax and says Govt could go 'broader'
26th Jun 19, 10:57am
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25th Jun 19, 10:18am
OECD report notes lack of success of KiwiBuild programme and says Govt should focus more on low-income renters
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OECD report notes lack of success of KiwiBuild programme and says Govt should focus more on low-income renters
25th Jun 19, 10:18am
20th Jun 19, 2:15pm
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Brendon Harre and Anthony Ireland propose encouraging a greater diversity of housing types, in particular new apartment buildings
Brendon Harre and Anthony Ireland propose encouraging a greater diversity of housing types, in particular new apartment buildings
20th Jun 19, 2:15pm
15th Jun 19, 9:45am
Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
Can Pukekohe be both a satellite town for Auckland and remain a key food growing region? Steve Forbes investigates
15th Jun 19, 9:45am

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