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House Price Index: Property market weakens further, outlook remains pessimistic

House Price Index: Property market weakens further, outlook remains pessimistic

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/house-price-index-property-market-weakens-further,-outlook-remains-pessimistic

CoreLogic's House Price Index (HPI), which is the most robust measure of property value change in the market, shows the NZ property market has weakened further as the power shifts to buyers.CoreLogic's House Price Index (HPI), which is the most

Nick Goodall

3 May 2022

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Property Market and Economic Update

Property Market and Economic Update

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/property-economic-update

The Property Market and Economic Update for New Zealand is a quarterly report that delivers timely, detailed insights into the fundamentals that are affecting the residential real estate market.The Property Market and Economic Update provides a

CoreLogic New Zealand

27 Apr 2022

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Long-awaited property market slowdown finally arrives

Long-awaited property market slowdown finally arrives

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/long-awaited-property-market-slowdown-finally-arrives

Higher interest rates, lower sales volumes, and flatter house prices are forecast for the rest of the year after a weak start to 2022 for New Zealand's previously overheated property market.Higher interest rates, lower sales volumes, and flatter

CoreLogic New Zealand

27 Apr 2022

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Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI)

Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI)

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/cordell-construction-cost-index

The Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI), formerly the CHIP Report, is a quarterly industry report that measures the rate of change of construction costs within the residential market and covers freestanding and semi-detached single and two storey

CoreLogic New Zealand

20 Apr 2022

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Record high dwelling consents add further strain to rising construction costs

Record high dwelling consents add further strain to rising construction costs

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/record-high-dwelling-consents-add-further-strain-rising-construction-costs

A surge in new building consents is piling extra pressure on New Zealand's construction industry, which is already under considerable strain due to supply chain disruptions and severe labour shortages.A surge in new building consents is piling extra

Kelvin Davidson

19 Apr 2022

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CoreLogic bolsters banking team with two new appointments

CoreLogic bolsters banking team with two new appointments

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/corelogic-bolsters-banking-team-two-new-appointments

CoreLogic NZ has boosted its banking and finance capabilities with the addition of two new industry experts to its local leadership team.CoreLogic NZ has boosted its banking and finance capabilities with the addition of two new industry experts to

CoreLogic New Zealand

14 Apr 2022

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Reserve Bank goes big and mortgage rates have further to rise

Reserve Bank goes big and mortgage rates have further to rise

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/reserve-bank-goes-big-mortgage-rates-have-further-rise

There was never any doubt that the official cash rate (OCR) would be increased today. The only uncertainty was how big the rise would be, and in the end the Reserve Bank opted for the ‘shock factor' of a 0.5% increase, taking the OCR to 1.5% - its

Kelvin Davidson

13 Apr 2022

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Market Pulse: Debt-backed buyers are really starting to struggle

Market Pulse: Debt-backed buyers are really starting to struggle

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/market-pulse-debt-backed-buyers-really-starting-struggle

Our latest Buyer Classification figures highlight what you might call a ‘debt vs equity' split in the market, with mortgaged investors and first home buyers seeing low/falling shares of property purchases, but cash investors and movers having a

Kelvin Davidson

12 Apr 2022

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Females own fewer investment properties than males, but dominate the ‘units' sector

Females own fewer investment properties than males, but dominate the ‘units' sector

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/females-own-fewer-investment-properties-than-males,-but-dominate-the-units-sector

The annual CoreLogic Women and Property Report has just been released and as always there are some fascinating insights.The annual CoreLogic Women and Property Report has just been released and as always there are some fascinating insights.

Kelvin Davidson

5 Apr 2022

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CoreLogic HPI: Regional differences showing through as the property market downturn sets in

CoreLogic HPI: Regional differences showing through as the property market downturn sets in

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/corelogic-hpi-regional-differences-showing-through-as-the-property-market-downturn-sets-in

CoreLogic's House Price Index (HPI), which is the most robust measure of property value change in the market, shows the NZ property market has weakened further as the power shifts to buyers.

CoreLogic New Zealand

5 Apr 2022

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Property Report

Property Report

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/property-report

The Property Report is designed to provide a comprehensive view of an individual residence within New Zealand.The Property Report is designed to provide a comprehensive view of an individual residence within New Zealand. It includes key data for the

CoreLogic New Zealand

1 Apr 2022

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It's still tough out there for a first home buyer to get a mortgage

It's still tough out there for a first home buyer to get a mortgage

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/still-tough-out-there-for-first-home-buyer-to-get-mortgage

If you're looking for one part of the housing market jigsaw to really keep an eye on this year, you wouldn't go too far wrong with the mortgage sector. With interest rates higher, regulatory pressures still in force, and a large number of borrowers

Kelvin Davidson

28 Mar 2022

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Equity could be king this year

Equity could be king this year

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/equity-could-be-king-this-year

Most observers of NZ's housing market will be fully aware that an abrupt change is underway, with poor affordability, higher mortgage rates, and tighter credit availability all weighing on property sales volumes (giving total listings a chance to

Kelvin Davidson

28 Mar 2022

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Climate Risk Solutions: Measuring risks to coastal properties

Climate Risk Solutions: Measuring risks to coastal properties

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/nz-measuring-risks-to-coastal-properties

The implications of climate change-induced coastal erosion on Australian properties are real and direct.As a leading provider of property data and analytics, CoreLogic has been assessing the potential impact of climate-related risks on properties

CoreLogic New Zealand

28 Mar 2022

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Patchy price falls starting to appear across New Zealand suburbs

Patchy price falls starting to appear across New Zealand suburbs

https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/patchy-price-falls-starting-to-appear-across-new-zealand-suburbs

New Zealand's housing market has reached a clear turning point, as stretched affordability, higher mortgage rates and reduced credit availability cause growth rates to slow, or even turn negative, in many areas of the country.New Zealand's housing

CoreLogic New Zealand

24 Mar 2022

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