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A closer look at the calls for the Government to provide regulatory and financial support to grow the build-to-rent sector
25th Jul 21, 6:01am
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A closer look at the calls for the Government to provide regulatory and financial support to grow the build-to-rent sector
Brendon Harre explores how housing can be restored to its central place in a move back to recovering our Egalitarian Dream
14th Mar 21, 9:28am
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Brendon Harre explores how housing can be restored to its central place in a move back to recovering our Egalitarian Dream
Even though it's 'new', Diana Clement points out the updated law governing tenancies is either vague with some key concepts causing confusion, or completely misses dealing with modern intensive living issues
9th Mar 21, 10:14am
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Even though it's 'new', Diana Clement points out the updated law governing tenancies is either vague with some key concepts causing confusion, or completely misses dealing with modern intensive living issues
Brendon Harre says the longer we ignore the growing social issues flowing from rising housing costs, the worse our productivity performance will be
13th Feb 21, 9:46am
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Brendon Harre says the longer we ignore the growing social issues flowing from rising housing costs, the worse our productivity performance will be
Brendon Harre sees the property owning ‘haves’ taking all the economic opportunity and leaving nothing for the ‘have-nots’. He wants a Housing Commissioner with the ability to level the field
27th Dec 20, 6:02am
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Brendon Harre sees the property owning ‘haves’ taking all the economic opportunity and leaving nothing for the ‘have-nots’. He wants a Housing Commissioner with the ability to level the field
Susan St John makes the case for taxing a deemed rate of return on excessive real estate holdings (after a family home exemption), to redirect scarce housing resources to where they are needed most
26th Dec 20, 9:31am
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Susan St John makes the case for taxing a deemed rate of return on excessive real estate holdings (after a family home exemption), to redirect scarce housing resources to where they are needed most
Brendon Harre offers part two of his analysis of New Zealand’s rack-rent housing crisis focusing on the economic opportunities. He offers solutions in the fight against the evils of housing inflation
12th Dec 20, 11:55am
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Brendon Harre offers part two of his analysis of New Zealand’s rack-rent housing crisis focusing on the economic opportunities. He offers solutions in the fight against the evils of housing inflation
Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
7th Dec 20, 9:23am
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Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
Brendon Harre wonders if housing is undersupplied and poor quality, but KiwiBuild shows that buyer demand isn't there, perhaps the Government just needs to build its social housing requirements aggressively - as a previous Labour Government did
4th Dec 20, 9:10am
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Brendon Harre wonders if housing is undersupplied and poor quality, but KiwiBuild shows that buyer demand isn't there, perhaps the Government just needs to build its social housing requirements aggressively - as a previous Labour Government did
Current rental yields suggest rising house prices are unlikely to deter investors as long as interest rates remain low
12th Nov 20, 5:00am
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Current rental yields suggest rising house prices are unlikely to deter investors as long as interest rates remain low
Average rents increased by more than 10% in many parts of the country in the year to March but growth was much more subdued in Auckland and Christchurch
29th Apr 20, 8:07am
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Average rents increased by more than 10% in many parts of the country in the year to March but growth was much more subdued in Auckland and Christchurch
Homeownership has long been touted as the great Kiwi dream, but not everyone’s looking for a permanent fix. Jihee Junn explores the rising phenomenon of renters by choice
26th Feb 20, 2:03pm
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Homeownership has long been touted as the great Kiwi dream, but not everyone’s looking for a permanent fix. Jihee Junn explores the rising phenomenon of renters by choice
National commits to devolving more power to community housing providers to manage social housing and help renters into home ownership
31st Oct 19, 5:00am
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National commits to devolving more power to community housing providers to manage social housing and help renters into home ownership
After KiwiBuild's failure tackling infrastructure problems to help NZ cities become denser seems like a total no brainer and truly affordable housing would naturally follow, Geoff Simmons says
5th Sep 19, 10:54am
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After KiwiBuild's failure tackling infrastructure problems to help NZ cities become denser seems like a total no brainer and truly affordable housing would naturally follow, Geoff Simmons says
The rate at which rents are rising in Auckland has been slowing for the last three years, Barfoot & Thompson says
30th Jul 19, 3:17pm
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The rate at which rents are rising in Auckland has been slowing for the last three years, Barfoot & Thompson says
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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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
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
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Findings from Statistics NZ's General Social Survey show a third of renters say their house is very suitable, compared to half of homeowners
OECD report notes lack of success of KiwiBuild programme and says Govt should focus more on low-income renters
25th Jun 19, 10:18am
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OECD report notes lack of success of KiwiBuild programme and says Govt should focus more on low-income renters
Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
12th Jun 19, 4:36pm
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford in talks with developers and officials over making public land available for private developers committed to building long-term affordable rentals
Rents increasing more than twice as fast in Wellington as Auckland, interest.co.nz analysis shows
27th Apr 19, 9:16am
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Rents increasing more than twice as fast in Wellington as Auckland, interest.co.nz analysis shows
A Capital Gains Tax would alter the rental property landscape by pushing down prices and pushing up rental yields
21st Feb 19, 12:55pm
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A Capital Gains Tax would alter the rental property landscape by pushing down prices and pushing up rental yields
Opposition leader Simon Bridges' figures on rising rents are more interesting for what they don't say than what they do say
12th Feb 19, 5:00am
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Opposition leader Simon Bridges' figures on rising rents are more interesting for what they don't say than what they do say
The Labour-Greens confidence & supply agreement promotes 'progressive' housing ownership models. So will the Government roll out a shared equity scheme?
23rd Jan 19, 4:12pm
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The Labour-Greens confidence & supply agreement promotes 'progressive' housing ownership models. So will the Government roll out a shared equity scheme?
Paul Barber from the NZ Council of Christian Social Services on hope, poverty, family violence, fixing a broken welfare system, reducing inequality through tax reform, virtual mechanics, what great people social workers are and more
7th Dec 18, 10:08am
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Paul Barber from the NZ Council of Christian Social Services on hope, poverty, family violence, fixing a broken welfare system, reducing inequality through tax reform, virtual mechanics, what great people social workers are and more
Landlords won't like having to pay letting fees but they should be able to negotiate a better deal for themselves than their tenants could
8th Nov 18, 11:01am
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Landlords won't like having to pay letting fees but they should be able to negotiate a better deal for themselves than their tenants could