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Building activity reaches record highBuilding and Housing Minister has welcomed todayâ€™s release of the latest figures from Statistics New Zealand which showed $14.6 billion of building work consented in 2014 â€“ the highest ever.
31-01-2015 more >>
Political report for January from Thomas ChinDuring this report, Thomas gazes into 2015
30-01-2015 more >>
Home affordability heads for uncharted territoryThe latest Massey University Home Affordability Report shows lack of affordability could reach historic levels.
30-01-2015 more >>
OCR unchanged at 3.5 percentThis statement was issued by the Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler on Thursday 29 January
29-01-2015 more >>
Next steps in social housingState of the nation speech by Prime Minister John Key
28-01-2015 more >>
Rental yields in Auckland getting lower says Andrew King to TV3Andrew King talked to TV 3's Simon Shepherd about the recent Trade Me statistics of the cost of renting property in Auckland.
23-01-2015 more >>
Overhauling the Resource Management ActA speech made by the Minister, Nick Smith, to Nelson Rotary meeting on Wednesday 21 January
22-01-2015 more >>
The consumers price index (CPI) fell 0.2 percent in the December 2014 quarterâ€œLower prices for petrol and vegetables were partly countered by higher prices for international travel and housing-related costs,â€ said Chris Pike, prices manager for Statistics New Zealand.
21-01-2015 more >>
Keep children safe in all housholdsRegulations to improve safety for children in the home should apply to all households.
16-01-2015 more >>
It's the start of another yearThe start of a new year is an excellent opportunity to reflect on your property investments and identify if you are still on track to reach your goals.
15-01-2015 more >>
Rent increases expected in AucklandNZ Herald reports today that experts predict rents will continue to rise rapidly this year
12-01-2015 more >>
Deflation looms according to BNZ economistDeflation is not a bad thing for New Zealand, as traditionally thought.
09-01-2015 more >>
House sellers benefit from higher asking prices as inventory of homes for sale declines.The average asking price of houses for sale in December remained at high levels across the country, while inventory of available homes for sale declined reaching record low levels in Auckland
07-01-2015 more >>
Poll shows 30,000 more buyers than sellers or residential homesThe Horizon Housing Demand and Supply Survey is of 1860 respondents nationwide aged 18+, weighted to represent the adult population at the 2013 census. At a 95% confidence level the maximum margin of error is +/- 2.3%. Interviews were conducted between November 7 and 26, 2014. It showed that nearly 30,000 more wanted to buy than wanted to sell.
05-01-2015 more >>