While women have made extraordinary gains in terms of achieving equality with men, there is undeniably still a wealth gap between women and men. With residential real estate valued at $7.5 trillion in Australia and more than $1.3 trillion in New Zealand, CoreLogic has delved into our extensive property data universe to understand how this wealth is distributed.

Not surprisingly, in both countries we found higher rates of property ownership among men than women. 

Our Women and Property: State of Play  report explores these statistics in detail, highlighting factors that contribute to the overall gender wealth gap. These factors include individual and joint ownership patterns, state and area profiles, and correlation with salary levels. 

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Women of Influence: Property & Banking

A group of inspiring women come together to  discuss the growing diversity that is occurring in a once male-dominated industry, and look at how influential female leaders in the property & banking sector are cultivating meaningful change for future generations.

Influential leaders on the podcast

  • Lisa Claes, Managing Director, CoreLogic International
  • Amelia Hodge, Chief Executive Officer, API
  • Marie Mortimer, Managing Director, Loans.com.au
  • Host, Milena Malev, General Manager of Financial Services and Insurance, CoreLogic Asia Pacific 


NZ Property Market Podcast: Successful Women Industry Leaders

Nick Goodall hosts a special edition of the NZ Property Market Podcast to celebrate International Women’s Day by speaking to three very successful and influential female leaders in the property and banking industry.

Influential leaders on the podcast

  • Simone Moors, Country Manager, CoreLogic New Zealand
  • Debbie Mills, Tribe Lead, Home Ownership, Retail Banking, ASB
  • Viv Gurrey, Chief Executive Officer, the Property Institute of New Zealand

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Cities have higher rates of female property ownership than provinces

Kelvin Davidson, CoreLogic's Senior Property Economist dug deeper into the recent Women and Property: State of Play report. Kelvin found that in New Zealand, properties owned exclusively by females represented 20.3% while the remaining 56.8% of properties had mixed gender ownership.

There's no doubt that having a sufficient income is a fundamental driver of the ability to buy a property. The fact that females tend to earn 9.5% less than males will be at least part of the explanation. Our blog helps to explain how wealth accumulation is associated with property ownership.

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