The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) will undertake a cost-benefit analysis of imposing debt-to-income (DTI) limits aimed at cooling down a red-hot housing market, New Zealand’s finance minister said on Wednesday, though it is unlikely DTI measures will be used this year. The RBNZ has been lobbying the government for months to get permission to add DTIs to its macroprudential arsenal to combat the country’s “excessive” house price growth in a low interest rate environment - while simultaneously attempting to meet a minimum inflation target.
Republic Cement Services Inc. (Republic Cement) led a group of housing sector stakeholders in presenting to the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) officials their proposed potential solutions to address some concerns which are crucial in solving the country’s socialized housing backlog of 5.7 million units.
Property portal Lamudi has culled a list of 10 cities in the country which are worth considering in investing, in exploring new career and business opportunities and even in starting or growing a family
Property consultancy Colliers believes the business process outsourcing (BPO) will continue to drive the office market this year but with a shift to higher value services and provincial locations
envisioned to further that growth
The Filinvest Group, a pioneer in masterplanned developments, sustains the development of Filinvest City into as a world-class central business district (CBD) that fulfills the legacy of its visionary founder Andrew Gotianun Sr.
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