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The average asking price for houses has hit half a million dollars for the first time, realestate.co.nz says.
Precinct Properties has been in the news lately, after announcing an annual profit of $31.6 million and an ambitious 36-level building project in downtown Auckland.
The Government has announced a major social housing development project in Auckland's Tamaki suburb.
The Government should look at increasing height restrictions in central Auckland, says Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler.
A private jet belonging to one of China's richest property tycoons has been touring New Zealand with a delegation likely to be scoping out investments.
If you think the young are better off while older people struggle, think again. New research suggests it's the opposite.
Auckland Council has released new research into the city's homeless population, which has more than doubled in the city centre in the space of a year.
Most people are expecting house prices to continue rising through 2015, according to ASB's latest Housing Confidence survey.
There are a lot more properties for sale in Christchurch and prices are falling, according to real estate agent Harcourts.
Living Big In A Tiny House is an incredibly popular Kiwi YouTube channel tackling one of the country's most contentious issues - the cost of housing.
Campbell Live looks at some responses to Auckland's housing crisis, including modular homes, kitset homes and homes made in factories.
An Opposition party is calling for a complete halt to immigration, saying it's the only way to solve Auckland's housing shortage.
The Salvation Army has given a big thumbs down to the Government's affordable housing and family violence initiatives in its annual report, out today.
Desperate New Zealand house hunters are falling victim to an international rent scam and losing thousands of dollars they send to the scammers in Nigeria.
Rising house prices can't go on forever and the Reserve Bank could take action to rein in the booming market, Finance Minister Bill English says.
Overseas scammers have fleeced thousands of dollars from prospective Auckland renters, falsely advertising properties online and taking cash for bonds and rent.
The Prime Minister is dismissing a survey that found an increasing number of first-home buyers are having to rely on help from their parents.
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