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Is the Auckland housing market too hot for first home mortgage buyers?

Mortgages........ First home buyers advised to think ahead........ buy further afield and be prepared to commute North Shore........ Auckland........ If you........re a first home buyer in despair over high house prices in Auckland
Are first home buyers and potential low equity mortgage borrowers shut out of an escalating Auckland housing market? And what to do about it. http://www.loanplan.co.nz/about-us/blog/is-the-auckland-housing-market-to-hot-for-first-home-mortgage-buyers/

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