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Property Institute boss despairs at Labour’s negative gearing move but savages Nats too

"It's about scratching the itch of a chunk of their electorate,” Ashley Church says. 

Mon, 15 May 2017

Labour’s new policy to scrap negative gearing is a cynical move that would drive much-needed investment out of the housing market, Property Institute chief executive Ashley Church says.

But the lobby group boss has harsh words for the government for doing little to address the Auckland housing

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