PHOTO: The KiwiBuy campaign is calling on the Government to adopt and upscale funding for the schemes. The Salvation Army
Shared equity and rent-to-buy schemes are being hailed as the answer to helping low-income families into the property market.
The KiwiBuy campaign, which is a joint project between the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, the NZ Housing Foundation and Community Housing Aotearoa, is calling on the Government to adopt and upscale funding for the schemes.
New Zealand Housing Foundation operations general manager, Dominic Foote, told Tim Dower shared equity helps people get their foot on the property ladder.
He said KiwiBuy is aimed at people who can’t afford to buy a house through the Government’s KiwiBuild policy.
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