New Zealand became the latest in a wave of governments placing restrictions on foreign investors, joining countries like Denmark and Switzerland, which have long restricted real estate investment by non-citizens.
Other countries taking similar measures in recent years include Australia, the Canadian provinces of Ontario and British Columbia, Singapore. Britain is considering adding a 1 percent tax on home purchases made by non residents, and Malaysia is also eyeing new levies.
Restrictions like these have led to slower growth in many of the areas that have adopted them.
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