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【澳纽网编译】Kaiako(教师)和记者Mārena Mane一直觉得作为两个孩子的单身母亲,拥有房屋是遥不可及的。

但在她被介绍给Tāmaki Regeneration运营的Own It共享住房计划后,她成功购买了一处Glen Innes的房产。

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“拥有房屋带来的最重要的变化之一是给我的家庭、我的儿子们带来了安全感,” Mane说。

Tāmaki Regeneration是一家由政府和奥克兰市政府共同拥有的王室实体,正在替换Glen Innes、Panmure和Point England的2500个政府住房,建造10500套新住宅。


Own It旨在通过共有制计划帮助whānau(家庭)入住1500套这些住房。

Tāmaki Regeneration首席执行官Shelley Katae说:“通过我们的共有制模式,whānau拥有他们家的一部分,而Tāmaki Regeneration拥有其余部分 – 但它仍然是whānau的家。”



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Tāmaki Regeneration发言人Afoa Tevita Malolo周二表示,人们现在可以注册他们对2023年计划的兴趣,并检查他们是否符合资格。

他说:“无论您与Tāmaki有何联系,或者您想在这里扎根,Own It将会满足whānau他们当前的需求,并在他们的房屋拥有之旅中一直陪伴他们。”

“一旦踏上旅程,whānau将被匹配到满足他们独特需求的住房 – 从两房到五房的住宅。”

家庭年收入在85000到150000新西兰元之间的whānau有资格参加该计划,并且Tāmaki Regeneration鼓励与该地区有联系的人申请。


Tāmaki Regeneration aims to build 10,500 homes by 2040 that are accessible for locals and people on lower incomes.
Tāmaki Regeneration计划的目标是到2040年建造10500套住房,为当地人和低收入人群提供便利。

Katae表示:“多代人的途径将特别适合那些经常选择与父母、祖父母和扩展whānau一起生活的Māori和Pasifika whānau。”


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Tāmaki Regeneration的目标是为Own It计划注册1000个whānau。

Katae说:“通常whānau在开始他们的Own It之旅时没有储蓄或负债。我们在这里帮助您开始旅程,并将在每个步骤上为您提供帮助。”

Malolo表示,Own It是为应对首次购房者进入住房市场的困难而启动的。

根据房地产协会本月早些时候发布的数据,2023年8月,Tāmaki Makaurau的房价中位数达到了100万新西兰元。


“通过拥有房产所带来的稳定性、社区感和自豪感有时可能会感觉遥不可及,但Own It计划将帮助您实现这一目标。通往遥远地平线的每一段旅程都始于单一的一步。”

自2016年以来,Tāmaki Regeneration已交付了1350套住房。其目标是在未来四年内交付704套住房,并在2040年前完成10500套住宅。


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