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.
Property Institute's chief has highlighted some of the ‘bizarre and divisive’ recommendations in the Auckland Unitary Plan that 'must be resisted at all costs'...
Life insurer reports ‘excellent growth’ in first half 2016...
Property Institute CEO has said the idea to ‘crash’ the Auckland housing market by 40% would be ‘economically catastrophic’, after former Reserve Bank chairman, Arthur Grimes proposed the notion last week.
Chief executive says borrowers should consider carefully whether a mortgage holiday is for them
Its rates are the first on the market below 3%
The webinars will discuss business management during lockdown