New Zealand’s housing market is in flux after a decade of economic crisis, and the country’s property market has yet to catch up.
The country’s biggest cities are experiencing a housing bubble and many homes are still in rental limbo.
But a new survey shows that the country is one of the most affordable countries in the world for pets.
More than half of all Australian households surveyed in a recent survey by the Australian Property and Investments Association (APIA) are now insured by a pet insurer.
And APIA’s survey found that a pet is cheaper than owning a house.
According to APIA, pets are cheaper than a house in the country as a whole for both renters and homeowners.
The survey also showed that renters are paying a lower premium for their pet than homeowners.
Pet insurance premiums are cheaper in Australia than they are in the US and New Zealand.
In the United States, pet owners pay more for their pets than owners of houses.
The APIA survey also found that pet owners in Australia pay more on average for pet insurance than renters in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Germany.