This workstream provides members with information on the funding tools available to deliver on housing projects.
Finance Framework Working Group
Lui Brame - WHI Interim Executive Officer
Nic Greene - Habitat for Humanity + WHI Co-Chair
Doug Wilson - Deloitte
Harvey Brookes - Waikato Wellbeing Project
Steve Gow - Momentum Waikato
Kelvyn Eglinton- Momentum Waikato
David Cowley - WEL Energy Trust
Michelle Paki - Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Rangita Wilson - Te Puni Kōkiri
Dennis Turton - Trust Waikato
Garry Mallett - WEL Energy Trust
Mark Rawson - Kāinga Ora
Andy Gray - Ministry of Housing and Urban Development
Paul Gilberd - Community Finance
Lale Ieremia - PCM Consulting Ltd + WHI Co-chair
Ashleigh Turner - Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Te Rehia Papesch - Ministry of Social Development
Finance Framework Resources
Financial Modelling Tools - MHUD and The Property Group have produced financial modelling tools to help new and aspiring PHO providers for three types of PHO schemes:
Rent to Buy
Progressive Home Ownership Funding- Progressive home ownership (PHO) can help people into their own homes through arrangements like rent-to-buy, shared ownership or leasehold schemes. (MHUD)
Housing Acceleration Fund - The $3.8 Billion Housing Acceleration Fund (the fund) was established to increase the pace, scale, diversity and affordability of new housing supply for buyers and renters.
Guidance for first time home buyers - advice on getting government help to buy your first home if you’re a KiwiSaver member, a Kāinga Ora tenant and wish to buy the house that you live in, or are Māori and want to live on your ancestral land.
Te Puni Kōkiri- supporting individuals, whānau, hapū, iwi and rōpū with funding, information, advice and practical support to achieve their housing aspirations.
Live Sorted - tips for first home buyers and help with planning for the total cost of buying a home, including the mortgage, insurance, legal fees and other costs.
Public Housing Plan 2018 - 2022 - New Zealand Government’s response to the increasing demand for public housing across New Zealand over the next four years, between July 2018 and June 2022.
Public Housing Plan 2018 - 2022 Factsheet- the plan provides the public, housing providers, local government, and non-government organisations with updated information about where, and how many, additional public housing places are planned for.