Commercial property and financial stability
Ashley Dunstan and
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Reserve Bank of New Zealand Bulletin, 2015, vol. 78, 1-10
Commercial property lending has been the main reason for defaults during most financial crises, bothinternationally and in New Zealand. With the commercial property market recovering strongly, this article reviews the structure of the New Zealand market and its relationship to financial stability. A key conclusion is that risks in commercial property have declined since the global financial crisis (GFC) because less leverage is being used to fund new purchases and developments.
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