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The New Zealand housing market is expected to flatten as Christmas approaches, rather than witness further growth, as credit growth remains weak. Recent house price rises have been attributed to the lack of listings coupled with low interest rates. Yet a reported rise in listings this past September suggests that real estate supply is now improving.