"If you pay 5 percent over market value right now, you've purchased six months' too early."
It's largely down to the easier access brought by new trading platforms.
They say many everyday Kiwis are landlords just trying to pay their bills with the rent.
"New Zealand's going to be a very desirable country. Why don't we want their money? We do."
It was suggested foreign buyers would have to invest $5-10 million in construction.
The Reserve Bank is to buy back up to $30 billion of government bonds to give further support to the economy.
A whopping $42 million is up for grabs on Wednesday.
New Zealand share prices drop 3 percent.
"China’s economy today is much larger, more integrated."
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The latest housing figures show a market struggling to get off its feet.
It's expected the Hillside rail workshops will become a hive of activity again.
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Management fees have gone up 13.5 percent in the past year.
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Overall, things are still in pretty good shape.
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Her refused to return a tenant's bond unless she paid for carpet cleaning.
The Government is investing $1.9b in improving mental health services.
Sales went down more than 80 percent in the March quarter compared to 2018.