Jobs. Stocks. Property. They have all taken a hit during this lockdown. What will the future look like once the COVID-19 storm has passed?
House prices are through the roof and don’t show signs of stopping. But maybe they should. Maybe they have to. The NZ housing market is frightening to some.
If the whole house of cards falls apart, it could leave millions of Kiwis is serious financial trouble.
We’ll keep a careful eye on the entire industry and keep you updated as it progresses.
We’ll keep you up to date with information when it comes to NZ housing on what opportunities there may be.
These opportunities could arise if you are looking to by a house in NZ as an investment or to live in.
New Zealand’s housing market is broken. People are getting deeper into debt just to keep afloat. This is actually ruining lives and destroying futures.
Interest rates are hitting record lows. That means it’s never been cheaper to borrow. But beware: debt is a double-edged sword.
Billions have been wiped off the stock market as pandemic fears bite. But there’s a silver lining: you can now buy into quality companies at a discount.
Are you getting a mortgage? Watch out. Unless you structure your loan to suit your situation, you could end up paying a lot more interest than you need.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has kept the OCR at 1% for now. Here’s why fiddling with interest rates is a more difficult task than you might think.
It’s no secret that housing in Auckland is freakishly expensive, with the city’s infrastructure bursting at the seams. What’s the best way forward?
Writing from Singapore, Simon Angelo takes an inside look at how global wealth is created and sustained. The answers are nothing short of profound.
It’s clear that New Zealand housing is wildly overvalued and being used as a way to hoard wealth. How on earth did we get here?
Price is what you pay. Value is what you get. But in a world of conflicting information, how do you figure out where the value gap is?
We want to showcase a true beauty — the Onekaka Links Golf Club. The courses here are simply stunning. Picture-perfect with a serene atmosphere.
Right now, I smell the start of another potential revolution. Millennials are looking for new, innovative ways to solve their housing crisis.
Opportunity cost is what you give up in terms of money when you make one decision over another. Here’s what it’s actually costing you…
Too much inflation and price instability becomes unmanageable. It feeds on itself to erode economic confidence.