The Property Institute's boss says price softening in Auckland won't make much difference for first home buyers and will worsen the housing supply problem.
Finance Minister Steven Joyce has requested a cost-benefit analysis on DTIs and public consultation be conducted by the Reserve Bank
Property Institute of New Zealand has called for a review of Reserve Bank targets, following governor Wheeler’s announcement yesterday that he wouldn’t be seeking a second term
The New Zealand Property Institute chief says residential property, especially in Auckland, will continue along a path of strong growth in 2017.
The professional body representing property valuers has warned of a ‘DTI disaster’ if the Reserve Bank is given the power to introduce debt-to-income limits.
Property Institute boss, Ashley Church has proposed a new coordinated approach to solving the issues of the Auckland housing market.
The Property Institute boss has expressed support with the decision of a political party to remove restrictions on mortgage lending
A second real estate agency has joined the call for exempting first home buyers from the 20% deposit requirement
The easing in sales volumes mirrors the situation in the national residential market, says REINZ