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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@94R8MXL answered…4wks

non 17n5 or moe ess buying is harder for guardian ships which its ok or tenants lodges or harcourts leaves homeless its not ok outstanding crimes stop bullies children's is not alright but keep on track footages use more spentives house across emergencies housing is harder or hardest accommodations from work and incomes welfare social enemies and economics is help decrease more cost of living but leaves the premises agreements treatments brown eyes or white eyes footages details strong opening up computers

@94BLN8N answered…1mo

lose more homeowners sickness leave and aural leaves basic return work positives or negatives covid 19 flu spreads no more increase tenants worse auctions by not give them a change not moving Auckland and Australian red lights under decisions the visions and christens not lavages justice laws guess home not buying home unavailable process has said increase homebuying by law justice useless goin the basics is harm the double decker s and fast

@8TTF4NX answered…1yr

@8RMDC9J answered…2yrs

@8J6LDSM answered…2yrs

Yes but not at the expense of putting people into debts they can’t manage

@8J2FBLH answered…2yrs

Yes, and regulate how many investment properties can be purchased from not only foreigners but also citizens

@8HSJ432 answered…2yrs

Yes help New Zealand Citizens buy their first home so reduce first home deposits by 5% and ban all foreigners from buying any properties.

@8HS6NJS answered…2yrs

Yes reduce to first home buyers deposits below 1.5% but to only PR or Citizens who work and live in NZ. Reduce to married couples to 0.5% or lower to couples who work and live in NZ.

@8HLRRXD answered…2yrs

yes and ban foreigners from purchasing investment properties. Limit citizens from buying up more than 5-10 properties

@8H5XFNG answered…2yrs

Work on investment property buyers, limit them or tax them to allow others to buy

@8GRHPMY answered…2yrs

Government should incentivize housing purchases for first home buyers but limit second homes and foreign investment for rentals etc

@8GRGD7F answered…2yrs

Yes, Reduce deposits for first home buyers and also ban foreigners from purchasing investment properties

@8GR39FS answered…2yrs

Yes but make it easier for first home buyers to buy a property instead of people who are just purchasing for investment properties or limit the amount of investment properties an individual can have

@8GP78F9 answered…2yrs

Yes, reduce first home deposits to 1-5% and ban foreigners from purchasing investment properties

@8GL7WXR answered…2yrs

Ban foreigners from purchasing investment property and reduce first home deposit to 3% Increase wages and salaries to be able to save more for first homes and reduce cost of food prices - especially health foods and fresh fruit and vegetables.

@8GL5TM4 answered…2yrs

No, tax should be put in place to disincentivize the use of property as investment

@8GD34SP answered…2yrs

How about some government policies that enable more affordable housing e.g. increasing earning potential and reducing compliance cost

@8G3VSM6 answered…2yrs

Yes, and ban overseas buyers from purchasing investment properties (including retroactive bans for those who have already made such a purchase)

@8G2TR84 answered…2yrs

Yes. and remove foreigners purchasing investment properties and only allow NZ'rs to purchase land within the city they live in or are moving to live within 3-6 months

@8FXTCG2 answered…2yrs

Yes more support, lower cash deposit or have a government 1st mortgage for deposit amount. Interest and repayable after 5 years and reviewed.

@8DB22JH answered…2yrs

Yes, And create more small / tiny homes with smart green initiatives and less of a footprint

@8D8DZ8P answered…2yrs

@TravellingFOOT answered…2yrs

Reduce first home deposits to 0% and ban foreigners from purchasing investment properties

@8CCW7KW answered…2yrs

@8CCHP3L answered…2yrs

@8CCH92P answered…2yrs

Reduce restrictions on development, which would decrease the price of housing whist increasing supply

@8CBZCDF answered…2yrs

@8C9KCP7 answered…2yrs

Yes, it should be reduced and ban foreigners from purchasing investment houses

@8C7XT4V answered…2yrs

No, ban overseas investors from buying land and introduce tiered capitol gains tax to reflect the amount of investment properties one owns

@8C7WJL8 answered…2yrs

Limit overseas investors purchasing investment properties and lower first home buyers deposit

@8C7C9PF answered…2yrs

Allow foreign buyers to buy new (not secondhand property as in Australia)

@8C6GSQP answered…2yrs

Reduce deposits for first home buyers and ban foreigners/overseas buyers from purchasing homes.

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