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    Fasten your seatbelt...the housing market could be about to take off

    Fasten your seatbelt...the housing market could be about to take off


    OneRoof data predicts the average Auckland house price could skyrocket threefold - to almost 3-million-dollars by 2040.

    The figures suggest Wairoa in Hawke's Bay will be the cheapest place to buy, with houses affordable at just over 350-thousand.

    Queenstown will likely remain as the most expensive area - with an average home at 4.8 million .

    OneRoof's Owen Vaughan says if the next 20 years are anything like the last 20, it could be a wild ride.

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