How far should we go in reimagining housing? | Cooking the Books published this video item, entitled “How far should we go in reimagining housing? | Cooking the Books” – below is their description.

Increasing numbers of people feel locked out of buying their own home, a core part of financial stability in New Zealand for generations now. So what needs to change? Is it our government policy, bank policy, our wider culture, all of the above?


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