- In Te Pahu, 76.9 percent of households in occupied private dwellings owned the dwelling or held it in a family trust.
- For Waipa District as a whole, 69.5 percent of households in occupied private dwellings owned the dwelling or held it in a family trust.
- For households in Te Pahu who rented the dwelling that they lived in, the median weekly rent paid was $200. This compared with $260 for Waipa District.
Home ownership by household
Te Pahu and Waipa District
Note: All figures are for households in occupied private dwellings.
Some percentages may be too small to show on graph.
This data has been randomly rounded to protect confidentiality. Individual figures may not add up to totals, and values for the same data may vary in different text, tables and graphs. For areas with small populations, the data may not look as expected because of this rounding.
Building consent data for the year ended December 2013 showed that:
- The total number of building consents issued for dwellings, including apartments, in Te Pahu was 2.
- The total number of building consents issued for apartments in Te Pahu was 0.
- The total value of residential building work in Te Pahu was $1,301,120.
- The total value of non-residential building work in Te Pahu was $595,800.
Note: Building consent data is obtained from all accredited building consent authorities (ie territorial authorities) and is compiled if the building consent issued is valued over $5000. See data quality information on building consents.