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Almost two-thirds of people expect house prices to continue to rise over the next year, according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey.
08 May 2013 more >>
There is no let-up in sight for Canterbury’s housing shortage, according to ASB’s latest Cantometer report.
27 Mar 2013 more >>
Auckland’s property market isn’t yet overheated but a lack of supply is giving it added strength, says ASB chief economist Nick Tuffley.
19 Nov 2012 more >>
Housing confidence was steady nationwide in the three months to July, but house price expectations carry on climbing, according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey.
14 Aug 2012 more >>
Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard's latest monetary policy statement suggests mortgage rates aren't going up any time soon although the likelihood they might fall further remains an outside chance.
14 Jun 2012 more >>
Housing markets in Auckland and Christchurch are "heating up" and across the country an increasing number of people expect house prices to rise, according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey.
15 May 2012 more >>
The chances of floating mortgage rates rising this year remain remote and they might even fall if the New Zealand dollar remains so strong.
26 Apr 2012 more >>
Expectations that house prices will rise have fallen over the October quarter, and less people believe now is a good time to buy a house.
24 Nov 2011 more >>
Reserve Bank governor Alan Bollard spooked financial markets slightly into thinking he may raise interest rates sooner than they had anticipated although, as expected, he's left rates unchanged for now.
27 Oct 2011 more >>
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