Hot property in New Zealand: housing bubbles in the metropolitan centres

Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy, Peter C B Phillips
Auckland University Public Policy Institute
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Housing has become prohibitively expensive in many regions of New Zealand, putting home ownership beyond the reach of a growing number of New Zealand households, particularly those without wider sources of family financial support.

Is there an ongoing property bubble?
Which regions have been affected?
Is the present high cost of housing sustainable?

Public Policy Institute, Policy Briefing 1/2017

Last updated: 2017-11-08