Tauranga Property Investors' Association
No new housing surge says Tony AlexanderThe Reserve Bank surprised most people yesterday with its move to ease up the loan to value ratio (LVR) credit controls introduced in October 2013 then strengthened in October 2015 and July last year.
30-11-2017 more >>
The Reserve Bank is undertaking a modest easing of the LVR restrictions from 1 January 2018Reserve Bank Governor says "Over the past six months, pressures in the housing market have continued to moderate due to the tightening of LVR restrictions in October 2016, a more general firming of bank lending standards and an increase in mortgage interest rates in early 2017. Housing market policies announced by the Government are also expected to have a dampening effect on the housing market. In light of these developments, the Reserve Bank is undertaking a modest easing of the LVR restrictions"
29-11-2017 more >>
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford commissions a independent stocktake of the housing crisis.Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford has commissioned three of New Zealandâ€™s leading experts to provide an independent stocktake of the housing crisis. â€œFor too long, the previous Government refused to accept the housing crisis and establish the scale of the problem we face,â€ says Minister Twyford.
26-11-2017 more >>
Open space sessionThis meeting will be a special Open Space format in which the audience sets the agenda. We will cover both current topics and those unanswered questions about property investing. Don't miss out on a chance to benefit from the experience and expertise in the room.
13-11-2017 more >>
Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percentThe Reserve Bank today left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged at 1.75 percent. Statement by Reserve Bank Governor Grant Spencer:
09-11-2017 more >>
Andrew King, NZPIF Executive Officer, reviews the possible effects of the policies of the new GovernmentThe election has been decided and our industry is in for a large amount of change.
09-11-2017 more >>
REINZ October reportMedian residential property prices across New Zealand have increased by 1.2% year-on-year to $525,000 according to the latest data from the Real Institute of New Zealand (REINZ)
02-11-2017 more >>