Home ownership rates among Māori and Pasifika plummeting?

From Nine To Noon, 9:19 am Tuesday 27th June 2017

A National Māori housing organisation says a recent report showing a massive decline in Māori and Pasifika home-ownership is due to political inaction. The Victoria University and Deloitte report on resilience finds that between 1991 and 2013, Māori home-ownership declined by 32 percent, and Pasifika by 39 percent. Kathryn Ryan speaks Rau Hoskins, chair of the National Māori housing organisation Te Matapihi, and Inez White, a Rotorua based registered property valuer, whose organisation, Indigenuity, runs coaching programs for first home buyers struggling to get on the property ladder.

The link to the State of the State 2017 report is available here: