Do lower house prices mean that things will soon start to get easier for renters? The short answer is no. Tony Alexander looks at the contributing factors.
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How the Auckland housing crisis is affecting the rental market
Do lower house prices mean that things will soon start to get easier for renters? The short answer is no. Tony Alexander looks at the contributing factors. Read more.
The factors at work behind the plummeting house sales
House sales throughout New Zealand have fallen. The future is looking grim for real estate agents as the trend is likely to continue. Read more.
Housing market news – is it all just a load of hot air?
It seems every second news story is related to housing at the moment, but how do you know what coverage is worth taking on board and what you should let drift away? Read more.
Auckland housing market update: One man’s FOMO is another man’s opportunity
With evidence that the Auckland market has been plateauing for quite a few months now, home owners who paid too much for their property are looking to cut their losses for fear the market will continue its downturn. But how long can this lull last? Read more.
How price cuts and offshore funding are impacting the Auckland housing market
One does not have to look hard nowadays to find evidence that the Auckland housing market has slowed down in terms of the number of dwellings being sold. Tony Alexander explains why. Read more.
Low interest rates and transport issues affect Auckland's housing woes
Low deposit rates, caused by the Reserve Bank taking the official cash rate to a record low, have encouraged savers to cash in their deposits and seek higher yielding investments elsewhere. Read more.
Risks and opportunities within the New Zealand housing market
Housing markets move in cycles and those cycles often coincide with the overall economic cycle. Read more.
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