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    Changes to the Government's housing policy are yet to curb house price expectations

    Changes to the Government's housing policy are yet to curb house price expectations


    The latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey shows 64 percent of respondents expect house prices to continue to climb in the coming 12 months, down from last quarter's 73 percent.

    The Government announced a suite of new policies, aimed at cooling off property investors and helping first-home buyers in March.

    ASB senior economist Mike Jones says housing views remain steady.

    He says it's still the third highest result in the survey's 25-year history.

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