Te Matapihi chair, Rau Hoskins, on Māori home ownership rates

Jun 27, 2017 | News

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 to Rau Hoskins, chair of the National Māori housing organisationTe Mata Pihi 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.

This podcaste gives a good insight into why this is happening.

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