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James Weir of the Dominion Post reports that business confidence is rebounding despite high interest rates and a high flying dollar and economists say this is another sign of "remarkable resilience".
Written submissions to the Commerce Select Committee Inquiry into housing affordability (examining the cost of housing for first home buyers) –closed this month (15 June).
Loans underlying New Zealand residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) recorded a slight rise in arrears greater than 30 days over the March quarter.
The Government is looking at removing a tax advantage for those who own rental properties.
Property investors are rejecting suggestions that a capital gains tax will check soaring house prices.
A captial gains tax to cool the booming property market was a knee-jerk reaction toa cyclical problem, leading Dunedin tax accountant said yesterday.
Home owners or people about to sign up to a mortgage to buy a property don’t have many good interest rate choices in front of them at the moment.
A high flying Auckland property developer has warned others in his sector they could be inadvertently flouting the securities law beacuse of the way they sell housing developments.
Inland Revenue says it is a myth that investments in housing have a tax advantage over other types of investment.
The Property Council says the Government's solution to boost cheap houses for first home buyers would push up the prices of other houses.
National has moved to claim housing affordability as one of its key election planks.
In the past week a number of home loan lenders have been dropping some of their fixed term rates however this shouldn't be seen as an ongoing trend.
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