First-home buyer? Save with kōura!

KiwiSaver is an awesome tool to help you save for your first home.

If you have been contributing to KiwiSaver (or another complying superannuation scheme) for at least 3 years you can use most of your KiwiSaver savings for your first home deposit.

Your personal KiwiSaver adviser

In order to create the best advice for your first home savings, we need to know a few of your details.
My name is .
I am years old.
My KiwiSaver balance is and my annual pre tax income is
I contribute of my income to KiwiSaver.
I make an annual voluntary contribution. of .
Kia Ora ,
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for security purposes please confirm some of your details:
Your age:
Your annual income:
Your current KiwiSaver balance:

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Why choose kōura?

Low Fees
Low Fees

kōura members pay half the fees of the average growth fund. More money for your first home!

Learn more about our fees here.

Proven Strategy
Proven Strategy

kōura is a passive investor because it works. Less fees, less friction, and more results.

Your questions about passive answered here.

Sustainable Funds
Sustainable Funds

Profits and purpose don’t have to be enemies. We steer clear of weapons, tobacco, and gambling.

Learn more about our principles.

Strong Partnerships
Strong Partnerships

We’ve teamed up with some of the best - our partners manage over US$1 trillion in assets.

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True story

Meet Jeremy

Jeremy’s a 30-year-old Aucklander. He’s been contributing to his KiwiSaver since he started working at 21. He was in a KiwiSaver growth fund and hoped to buy a house in 2020. In March 2020, the value of his KiwiSaver dropped by 20%. To stop it dropping further he moved to a conservative fund. Unfortunately for Jeremy, his house deposit is now 20% smaller and he won’t be able to buy a house in 2020.

He wishes he had listened to kōura’s advice before the market downturn.

Jeremy's first home deposit story

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