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Scoop: New Zealanders desire for the perfect home fuelling new home builds

24 August, 2020 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Scoop, 21 August 2020

Despite the predicted post COVID economic uncertainty in the building industry, a recent survey shows New Zealanders are still focused on property with 36% considering building a new home in the next 12 months.

The chief reason cited for choosing a new home build was because people could not find what they wanted in the existing real estate market.

“Over 24% of people cannot find what they want from existing homes, closely aligned with the fact 22% of New Zealanders believe building a home provides more value for money,” reveled Steven Zhu, Executive Director of Stonewood Homes, the company that commissioned the survey.

^ Survey conducted by Pureprofile 1000 sample nationally

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