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Public consultation on a proposed residential land withholding tax, which would only apply to overseas sellers, has officially opened.
The biggest state housing shake-up in a decade has started with the Government looking for buyers for more than 1500 homes.
Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith says there's a construction boom in Auckland with more than 1000 homes consented in July.
The selling of 1140 state-owned houses in Tauranga and 370 in Invercargill is underway and the Greens don't like it.
Up to 1600 new Auckland homes will be provided in 11 new special housing areas, the Housing Minister announced today.
The tenant has just been kicked out, but only after a joint visit from the landlord, a bailiff and the police.
The Government took $90 million from HNZ over the past year, and even spending a third of that would help better the housing stock, Andrew Little says.
The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research is predicting the effects of reduced farm incomes will reverberate through the remainder of 2015.
KiwiRail is one of the biggest landowners in the country, and what better way to make money than to cash in on the hot Auckland property market by hiking the rents of your tenants?
The Reserve Bank says the number of investors in the Auckland housing market has increased by 8 percent since 2013, with more small investors and those reliant on credit.
The Reserve Bank's set to outline its latest thoughts about the housing market today, and Labour's expecting to see growing frustration.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand will give the country's banks an extra month to implement system changes required to impose new lending restrictions on Auckland residential property investors.
An Auckland woman who says her children are desperately ill because of her mouldy state house has rejected Housing New Zealand's offer to move her into a motel.
It's not just commuters who are being blown away by Wellington - one of New Zealand's leading economists is too.
Opposition parties are fighting a Bill that would allow the Government to sell state houses to private providers.
Auckland's construction industry can be building an extra 10,800 properties annually within two years, a report has found.
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