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The New Zealand Initiative housing affordability project

Housing affordability is an important issue to all New Zealanders and a pressing concern for many kiwi families.
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OECD's stark NZ property warning - Business - NZ Herald News

OECD's stark NZ property warning - Business - NZ Herald News | Housing supply in Auckland | Scoop.it
Dramatic house price growth is burdening Kiwi households with debt and putting the nation's financial stability at risk, the OECD warns. - New Zealand Herald
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The NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says improving housing affordability is a ... - Interest.co.nz

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New Zealand Minister Blames Local Councils For Creating Housing Crisis - International Business Times AU

New Zealand Minister Blames Local Councils For Creating Housing Crisis - International Business Times AU | Housing supply in Auckland | Scoop.it
The decision to go for public-private partnership in housing sector will be a good policy change provided the results are good.
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Housing Supply: Investment versus Rental Properties | Scoop News

Housing Supply: Investment versus Rental Properties | Scoop News | Housing supply in Auckland | Scoop.it
The housing debate in New Zealand is befuddled by the language used, and by people with propertied interests who are happy to maintain such confusion.
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'Blame the planner' approach to poverty bizarre distraction - Scoop.co.nz (press release)

'Blame the planner' approach to poverty bizarre distraction - Scoop.co.nz (press release) | Housing supply in Auckland | Scoop.it
The National Government is stooping to a bizarre new low in blaming “planning processes” for poverty and inequality, after spending six years doing nothing about either the housing market or child poverty, the Green Party said today.
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