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Housing, the ‘Great Income Tax Experiment’, and the intergenerational consequences of the lease

Berlin’s wall crumbled    We taxed savings, not houses   Locking out the young.   This paper provides an analysis of how the New Zealand tax system may be affecting residential property markets. Like most OECD countries,...

Do Local Property Taxes Affect New Building Development? Results from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in New Zealand

This paper takes advantage of a quasi-natural experiment in local property tax reform that arose from the amalgamation of several local councils in 2010 in Auckland, New Zealand, to form a unitary local authority. The...

Valuing Sunshine

Beams of light and warmth    Make a house desirable,    and we value them.    Sunlight influences people’s real estate decisions, but city intensification may reduce sunlight exposure for neighbouring properties, causing a negative...

Two Countries, Sixteen Cities, Five Thousand Kilometres: How Many Housing Markets?

This paper examines whether the major cities in Australasia make up a single housing market. If there is a single housing market across both countries, then Kiwi and Aussie house prices are primarily being driven...

Impacts of planning rules, regulations, uncertainty and delay on residential property development

This paper proposes a framework for how houses could be developed, with a focus on how regulatory policies and practices affect decision making. The authors surveyed property developers in Auckland on how planning rules and...

Impacts of Planning Rules, Regulations, Uncertainty and Delay on Residential Property Development

Dwelling prices are determined in the long run by the total costs of a development, where costs include regulatory costs, including costs of delay and uncertainty.
We outline a conceptual framework for the development process and...

Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough Housing: Urban Residential Land Use and Land Supply 1990-2005

Produced for the Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand, Department of Building and Housing AND Housing New Zealand Corporation
"This report is the second in a series of reports within the research programme: Affordable Housing...

Before a Fall: Impacts of Earthquake Regulation and Building Codes on the Commercial Building Market

Buildings declared prone To fall in quakes, fall in price.* *Conditions apply. We test whether a major earthquake in one city (Christchurch, New Zealand) affects the prices of earthquake-prone commercial buildings in a city (Wellington) that was unaffected...

Understanding Housing Affordability

Housing affordability is a multi-faceted, complex issue. Concentration on just one aspect of the issue – be it housing supply, land supply, interest rates, construction costs or migration – will miss important aspects of why...

Housing Markets and the Global Financial Crisis: The Complex Dynamics of a Credit Shock

We analyze the multiple channels of influence that global financial crisis-induced credit restrictions had on New Zealand's subnational housing markets. The dynamics caused by the credit shock are compared to those caused by a migration...

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