Report

Housing and construction quarterly February 2014

7 Mar 2014
Description

This publication provides quarterly data and analysis on New Zealand's housing market, construction and social housing.

Key issues

Loan-Value Ratios: Early Days Yet: We explore the effects that the recent Loan-Value Ratio restrictions have had since implementation. Pressure on Christchurch Construction: Christchurch's construction costs have soared past Wellington's levels a change not seen in the past 10 years.

Residential Construction Increases: Residential and non-residential construction of new buildings has increased markedly across all the major regions, with Greater Christchurch's residential construction rivalling Auckland levels.

Auckland House Values and Rents: The dichotomy between Auckland's house values and rents is explored across the housing boom, the recession and more recent times.

National Rent Patterns: Christchurch City continues to attract larger rental increases (10%+) than other major regions. By contrast, Selwyn and Waimakariri rents have cooled.

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