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Equity could be king this yearhttps://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
Patchy price falls starting to appear across New Zealand suburbshttps://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
Two years of COVID – what have we learnt in the property world?https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/two-years-of-covid-what-have-we-learnt-in-the-property-world
It's now two years since the pandemic started in earnest in NZ, with our first case on 28 February 2020, borders closed to non-citizens/residents on 19 March, and the first full alert level four lockdown at 11:59pm on 25 March.
Women and Property 2022https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/nz-women-and-property-2022
Exclusive report on women and property ownershipDon't miss this unique report to understand where Kiwi and Australian women are forging ahead - and how their property choices could reinforce their gender wealth gap over time.2022 Women and Property
Recent surge in property prices may have widened gender wealth gaphttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/recent-surge-in-property-prices-may-have-widened-gender-wealth-gap
Surging home values caused by a global environment of low interest rates, tight supply and strong buyer demand may have widened the wealth gap between those that own housing, and those that don't, amplifying the need to understand trends around
Housing markets continue to weaken as higher interest rates and tighter credit conditions weigh on demandhttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/housing-markets-continue-to-weaken-as-higher-interest-rates-and-tighter-credit-conditions-weigh-on-demand
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 credit tightens and interest rates increase.CoreLogic's House Price Index (HPI), which
Residential property continues to reap record high resale profitshttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/residential-property-continues-to-reap-record-high-resale-profits
New Zealand's property market upswing has continued to drive record gross profits for homeowners, CoreLogic NZ's latest Pain & Gain report found.New Zealand's property market upswing has continued to drive record gross profits for homeowners,
What the cash rate increase means for the property markethttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/what-the-cash-rate-increase-means-for-the-property-market
It's been three months since the Reserve Bank last made an official cash rate (OCR) call, and as per usual, a lot has happened in that time. In particular, with annual inflation rising to 5.9% and the unemployment rate dropping to 3.2%, the case for
Housing Affordability Reporthttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/reports/housing-affordability-report
The bi-annual Housing Affordability Report provides a comprehensive measurement of the state of housing affordability in New Zealand.The Housing Affordability Report analyses the relationship between property values and household incomes, saving a
Housing affordability is only getting worsehttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/housing-affordability-is-only-getting-worse
Surging house prices, rising mortgage rates and low wages growth has led to further deterioration in housing affordability, according to CoreLogic's bi-annual Housing Affordability Report.
CoreLogic Buyer Classification data shows first signs of credit policy effects on first home buyershttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/corelogic-buyer-classification-data-first-signs-credit-policy-effects-first-home-buyers
CoreLogic's Buyer Classification data for January shows the Government's credit policy changes from late 2021 appear to be impacting first home buyers (FHBs), with their share of purchases dipping from 26% in late 2021 to 24% in January 2022.
Property values surprise on the upside, posting a 2.1% rise over the monthhttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/property-values-surprise-on-the-upside,-posting-a-2.1-rise-over-the-month
CoreLogic's House Price Index (HPI), which is the most complete and robust measure of property value change in the market, shows some momentum remains in the property market, however uncertainty caused by tougher lending criteria and higher mortgage
CoreLogic Property Market and Economic Update wraps up 2021https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/corelogic-property-market-and-economic-update-wraps-up-2021
CoreLogic NZ's latest Property Market & Economic Update released today highlights the New Zealand property market likely moved through its peak rate of growth late in 2021, following a raft of political interventions designed to cool the overheated
Every NZ suburb records positive property price growth in 2021https://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/every-nz-suburb-records-positive-property-price-growth-in-2021
Despite COVID, snap lockdowns and border closures, Aotearoa's widespread residential real estate resilience rolled on unabated in 2021, ending the year with value growth recorded across the entire country.
Mortgage lending strong late in 2021, but 2022 could be differenthttps://www.corelogic.co.nz/news-research/news/archive/mortgage-lending-strong-late-in-2021,-but-2022-could-be-different
The Reserve Bank NZ released November's mortgage lending stats two days before Christmas, and just so they don't sneak under everybody's radar, we've taken a look at the data.