Tue, 30 Oct 2012 12:06p.m.
The housing crisis is at its most acute in Auckland, which needs 13,000 new houses every year.
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14/11/2012 3:53:30 p.m.
Linda, now babyboomers can take retirement payouts to Aussie do you see htem staying in Auckland with million dollar properties. I'l be fleeeing to Thailand in 16 years when I retire, Len should do a HongKong and lease Auckland to China for 100 years.
31/10/2012 1:59:36 a.m.
There must be minimum standards for apartments in Auckland. The quality of life and dignity of the tenants should be the number one priority. Tiny apartments designed to maximize profit for developers by warehousing the poor will result in Auckland becoming a world-class slum. No one should imagine for a minute that this problem can be solved without tackling Landlordism and House-hoarding.
30/10/2012 2:26:52 p.m.
We need more afforable house based on our income, workers wages are going down not up. In a decade the housing market will be swamped, house owning baby boomers will be fleeing Lens ratesd link to property values. Auckland population will decrease not increase as nobody will be able to asfford to work here.
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