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It's been revealed the Government's flagship housing policy has delivered just five homes in its first year.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown says "there is absolutely no connection" between ballooning property values and the amount the council collects in rates.
Social service agencies say the housing crisis is the worst it's ever been and they're struggling to keep up with demand.
The Auckland Council is assuring homeowners their rates aren't going to rise by anywhere near the same levels as the latest capital valuations.
Auckland's superheated housing market has seen the council's housing valuations rise a whopping 33 percent in the last three years.
A home building company is calling on the Government to extend its warrant of fitness trial on state housing to all homes across the country.
The NZ House and Garden's Interior of the Year awards were held in Auckland last night, and if you thought winning required a big budget, then think again.
Many houses currently on sale on Trade Me wouldn't meet the standards that state houses are forced to meet, says a building expert.
Independent investment advisor Martin Hawes discusses Money Week and how generation Y are becoming "property orphans".
ANZ chief economist Cameron Bagrie says interest rates might stay low through all of next year thanks to low inflation, but the global economy remains a wildcard.
Auckland housing remains the least affordable in New Zealand, with affordability deteriorating 14.4 percent over the year, according to Massey University.
Micro-home owner Brett Sutherland says that he is breaching council code for his seven-acre piece of land because of density.
House sales activity has picked up since the general election after 11 months of decline, says the Real Estate Institute of NZ.
James Hardie Industries has been dragged back into the New Zealand Government's class action over leaky school buildings.
New Zealand guest nights were largely flat in August from a month earlier as a gain from domestic travellers was offset by a drop in foreign stays.
An apartment owner has won a court battle against the building's body corporate after it tried to make him pay a security deposit to get into the building.
A dilapidated old Grey Lynn cottage sold for more than a million dollars, but was it a bargain?
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