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KiwiBuild releases updated figures

KiwiBuild releases updated figures

Source: Ministry of Housing and Urban Development

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KiwiBuild has today issued updated figures for the number of KiwiBuild homes under contract, construction, committed to be built, completed or sold.

Number of homes contracted and committed: 10,160 with thousands more planned in our Large Scale Projects.

Number of homes completed: 47 with 236 more homes under construction

Number of homes contracted and committed for completion by 30 June 2019: 293

(Some contracts are still being finalised for this financial year)

Number of homes sold: 53

(This includes homes sold off the plans)

Number of people who have completed pre-qualification and not yet bought a home: 289

(From the outset, KiwiBuild buyers have been advised to only complete pre-qualification when they see a home for sale they would like to buy. Pre-qualification is valid for six months, and KiwiBuild wants to avoid sending potential KiwiBuild buyers back to their banks to reapply for finance.)

Number of people who have registered their interest in KiwiBuild: 47,853

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