The great Kiwi property ladder
It's not easy buying a house on a single income, but it's possible with hard, disciplined work.
For all of you peasants whinging about not owning a home, apparently it's all about making sacrifices.
Scott Woods works more than 100 hours a week to create financial security for his family through rental properties, but it's paying off.
Buying a home is getting harder and is a far cry from what earlier generations undertook.
I'm sick and tired of being blamed for all the ills of today's generation, writes Sue O'Neill.
After three years of saving, Briar Cuming finally fulfilled her dream and bought a own home.
Renting is a humbling experience, but this reader has a plan to get into the property market.
The rising cost of housing is creating a society of have and have-nots, writes Pat Winton.
If you can't afford a home, and aren't willing to fight for it, you'll never change where you get to in life.
Susan Wells' dream is to own a house, not to be rich, but to have security for her children.
Home ownership is achievable but people have to sacrifice a few basic things, asks Tracey Watson.
Everyone has a dream home, but as Angelyn Frost writes, don't expect it to be your first one.
Home building helped solve a housing shortage in the 1930s, let's do it again, writes Ian Boag.
Buying a house in Auckland just doesn't add up, writes Andy Roberts.
New Zealanders are a pretty smart and resourceful bunch of people, except when it comes to property.
If you're paying ridiculous rents anyway, why not leasehold? asks Kristy Jacobs.
Pick the type of tenant you'd like to have before kicking off your investment property journey.
An Auckland woman explains how she got $1.5m worth of property in four years.
People like me can't invest while we are trapped in a vicious rental cycle, Tania Seward says.
To get ahead, Tracey Burgess saved hard, paid off debt, and even took a second job.