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Media outreach is encouraged by the Massey University Real Estate Analysis Unit (MUREAU) to develop dialogue and promote dissemination of new and emerging research.
The Massey University Residential Market Report shows a steady increase in the number of people renting, coupled with a decrease in vacancy rates, over the past decade.
"It's further bad news for renters with prices across New Zealand climbing steadily in the past decade to hit a new record high, a report has found."
The Stuff article looks at the changes in rents and explores the reasons for rising long-term rents.
The article examines the inter-relationship between local housing markets and international financial markets described as housing ‘financialisation’.
"Home affordability has improved across the country according to a survey by Massey University. But problem areas persist in areas such as Northland, Hawke's Bay and Central Otago Lakes."
NBR | Banning foreign house buyers won't have much effect
January 26 2018
RadioNZ | Nationwide housing affordability improves
October 11 2017
Stuff | New Hobsonville Point development to offer seven-year leases
September 18 2017
NZ Herald | Home affordability down 10 per cent
July 20 2017
Scoop | Home Affordability Declines in Most Regions
July 20 2017
MSN Money | Home affordability down 10pc
July 19 2017
Landlords | Auckland no longer least affordable
April 6 2017
NZ Herald | Land bankers sitting pretty
March 6 2017
NZ Herald | The pain deepens
February 3 2017
Otago Daily Times | Housing affordability to drop further
January 27 2017
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Last updated on Monday 13 August 2018