Mon, 04 Feb 2013 9:38a.m.
The political debate over housing affordability shows no sign of letting up, with much of the talk centred on the cost of home ownership in Auckland.
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5/02/2013 8:47:34 a.m.
Sale Faletolu wrote:
What exactly are we discussing here? Do you consider the cost of renting which was too high in the south auckland region? The houses are running down but the cost still increasiing year by year. At the end of the day the richers get rich while poorers still in debts. Hello look at what you're discussing whether it suits our needs.
5/02/2013 1:01:56 a.m.
People in NZ need to start getting used to living in an apartment. It's nothing wrong with living in an apartment, millions of people around the world do it including myself and it's great. There are a lot of immigrants in NZ especially who would be more than happy to live in an apartment because they have lived in one most of their lives.
4/02/2013 11:50:47 p.m.
thats right build more homes that will just be snapped up by overseas investors. Until we have a stoppage of overseas investors buying up NZ from under our stupid noses we are going to keep the problem that we have now
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