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Measures for Assessing the Sustainability of House Prices in New Zealand

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There are a wide range of perspectives and measures to describe the housing market. This Analytical Note collates metrics that are most relevant for our framework for house price sustainability into a suite of indicators. This suite can help inform whether house prices are becoming more or less sustainable. Full Analytical Note https://bit.ly/2Y6ZKax

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There are a wide range of perspectives and measures to describe the housing market. This Analytical Note collates metrics that are most relevant for our framework for house price sustainability into a suite of indicators. This suite can help inform whether house prices are becoming more or less sustainable.



Full Analytical Note https://bit.ly/2Y6ZKax
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