I commend your team for tackling a serious topic such as the Auckland housing crisis, and even more so for doing it in only 48 hours! The film starts off great, but it felt like it didn't really have much of a conclusion. The difficulty here is taking this subject matter and criticising the root of the problem: that is, rampant financial speculation by housing investors. Recently a house was sold 3 times within 24 hours increasing the value by $80,000... having this happen in front of our hapless heroines could have been both heart breaking and hilarious with the right comic timing. Perhaps also showing more of the effects of this stress on their relationship might have made a more hard-hitting conclusion... I imagine the housing crisis is breaking up a lot of families. And I couldn't help but wonder: where are they currently living? Are they living in a car like so many Auckland families are forced to at the moment?
Anyway... it was a very good effort, and you're obviously a talented bunch. It's all shot and edited beautifully, and the performances were also great. I would love to see the same team pick up the topic with a bit more time later on and make a more refined story about it.