New Zealand have so much to offer their citizens it is very easy to see why international citizens are migrating there for a better life and to taking advantage of their country and culture, more people each year migrate to New Zealand. Still a relatively young country it is still being shaped and migrants will shape it along with native citizens. What is not to like, if the opportunity arose to move there why not, the pros outweigh the cons in every area.
New Zealand also have affordable housing for their citizens, and schemes to help low income and middle income families with housing. There are supplements available which will help families not to struggle and so help them financial to pay for rent or board or even mortgage repayments, this is a great way to help families, knowing they will not lose their home if they are on a low income means peace of mind and stability for families. The amount a family will be entitled to depends on how much their income is a month and also how much their rent or board or mortgage is a month, these are all taken into consideration in an assessment process.
This help with the cost of housing is a big pro and probably one of the many reasons people want to live in New Zealand. Other countries do not help their own citizens in such a way but New Zealand do. While you are working in the country you are helping New Zealand and it is a great way to show citizens that the government do care about low income and middle income families and will do everything they can to help and reduce the strain of everyday living, if more countries took a leaf out of their book maybe they would also have a growing economy bad be classed as one of the richest counties in the world instead of adding to world debt and watching their own citizens struggle through and lose their homes. New Zealand should be seen as an inspiration to many, especially being such a young and yet thriving country.
With so much room to develop and create more housing for its citizens the future in property is also bright and promising, more affordable housing will mean more people be able to buy and therefore boost the economy more, plus the build of the houses will create jobs this again will boost economy.