2017 uncertain for house prices, with mixed expert views

Edwin Mitson
Fri, 13 Jan 2017

By Edwin Mitson Jan. 13 (BusinessDesk) - If you're not sure about which way the housing market is going to go in 2017, bear in mind the experts remain pretty divided too.  In its housing predictions for 2017 published this morning, the Property Institute, which represents valuers and property managers, suggests it believes housing prices will keep rising.  Ashley Church, chief executive of the Institute said in a statement that the current lull in the Auckland market simply reflects the impositions of restrictions placed on investors b...
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