Housing Market Reports
We produced Housing Market Reports between June 2003 and December 2005.
The reports drew on data from a range of organisations and covered things like trends in house price inflation, borrowing levels, numbers of transactions, private sector rents and labour markets.
They also commented on factors most likely to affect the future direction of the New Zealand housing market.
These reports have been replaced with a National Housing Market Report, produced by the Ministry of Building, Innovation and Employment (external link) .
Are there any independent housing research bodies in New Zealand?
Yes. The Centre for Housing Research Aotearoa New Zealand (CHRANZ (external link) ).
How does Housing New Zealand use research for its own programmes?
Research and evaluation is an important part of Housing New Zealand's approach to providing programmes and initiatives that effectively respond to housing need. Internal research and evaluation activities are set out each year in the Statement of Intent, and reported on in the Annual Report.