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"Policymakers and the public both need to be willing to accept.. gradual real house price declines."
The bank says it's simply getting too hard for first-home buyers to compete.
"We've never heard of the term 'termination season'."
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"By the time you pay tax on that money, you get nothing."
"These two issues are two things that have really plagued investors' minds over the last six months."
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"It's just a totally selfish way of thinking about it."
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"I give them to my grandchildren for their birthdays, have done for 15 years."
"Where before we might field one to two approaches a month we're currently receiving about five a week."
The financial regulator has found some providers are charging higher fees for low management.
"All the other bidders were a bit shocked."
The S&P NZX 50 was down on opening but has since rallied back up.
A quarter of Kiwis plan to invest in the coming year.
"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.