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Women and Property 2024

Exclusive report on gender equity in the property market


As New Zealanders engage in conversations around gender equality, CoreLogic adds a new dimension to the debate – the state of gender equity in property ownership

Drawing on our extensive property database, we deliver unique insights into gender and property ownership across regions in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Don’t miss the fourth annual edition of the report to understand the state of home ownership for men and women across the country – and how the gender gap in property comes into play.

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Market Share

2024 sees a small shift towards single-sex ownership for both men and women, reversing the trend seen last year.


Men continue to hold a slightly greater share of property overall, with 0.5% or just under 8,000 more properties than women.


Investment property accounts for the bulk of the gap in ownership between genders, with Kiwi men owning 4.7 percentage points more of the investment properties analysed.

Property value

In terms of the value of property, female-owned stock had a median value of $650,532, versus $675,975 for male-owned dwellings.