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Join our FREE webinar to discover what's shaping the building industry in 2024 & why it's a good time to build.

In  by Sarah CarsonJan 30, 2024

Everyone is well aware that the NZ building industry has been through a few interesting years. Coming out of Covid in 2021 saw a huge shift, mostly caused by the lowest mortgage rates ever seen in NZ and a building boom, followed by material prices increasing and product shortages. It was a turbulent time, but just as quickly as things turned tough, the good news is that the building industry is changing again.

Here at eHaus we are starting 2024 with confidence and zest following the recent release of new industry research and data, along with our own insights developed over the last 14 years of business.

Join our FREE webinar on Thursday 15 February from 7-8pm and discover why we believe it is a good time to embark on your building journey. In this engaging session, we'll delve into the factors shaping the building industry in 2024 and how eHaus is navigating the landscape this year. In the webinar we will explore:

✅ Prices for building materials and price certainty

✅ How annual housing consents are tracking and the impact on builders' capacity

✅ Predicted changes for inflation and mortgage rates

✅ Property values and the CoreLogic House Price Index

If you plan to build a new home, don’t be put off by the turbulence of 2020-2023. The market has changed, and we will guide you through how building in 2024 is possible.

There will also be a Q&A session at the end. You can either submit your questions when you register or feel free to ask Jon any questions during the live event.

Don't miss this interactive opportunity to gain valuable insights into the building industry's dynamics in 2024.

When: 7-8pm, Thursday 15 February, 2024

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