Infometrics' Mieke Welvaert tackles the claim NZ's heading for a house price crash. She explains why she sees a small dip in some places before an upward trend resumes
Mieke Welvaert finds that a quarter of all 'migrant arrivals' are returning Kiwis. But from Australia, the growth in permanent arrivals aren't actually Aussies (or even Kiwis)
Mieke Welvaert asks the burning questions. Have the new regulations tipped the scale? Will Auckland house prices fall? What about Auckland's neighbours? And, will the rest of the country be affected?
Infometric's Mieke Welvaert unpicks the data and finds townhouses & apartments are building density in areas away from urban centers
Mieke Welvaert shows that while great service is always appreciated, she explains why some don't try or don't care in some areas - and get away with that attitude
Mieke Welvaert looks at productivity and work-life balance. Could we mimic Germans and Swedes in producing more by working less?
Mieke Welvaert looks at how longer, healthier life expectancies are changing the way we plan transferring wealth we may have built up
Mieke Welvaert shows that families who receive social assistance get little from a rise in the minimum wage, would probably lose jobs, and get pushed further towards the bottom
Mieke Welvaert thinks unintended consequences of the RBNZ's LVR policy could involve borrower self regulation and lender wariness of new regulatory restrictions