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Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week achieved a 71% sales rate
18th Oct 21, 1:46pm
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Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week achieved a 71% sales rate
The REINZ House Price Index shows mixed results round the country, but the monthly figures should be treated with caution
15th Oct 21, 11:56am
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The REINZ House Price Index shows mixed results round the country, but the monthly figures should be treated with caution
Big drop in Auckland's median house price pushed the national median down by $55,000 in September
14th Oct 21, 9:51am
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Big drop in Auckland's median house price pushed the national median down by $55,000 in September
Christchurch's property market would be the least vulnerable main centre in a downturn CoreLogic says
12th Oct 21, 12:58pm
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Christchurch's property market would be the least vulnerable main centre in a downturn CoreLogic says
Three quarters of properties sold under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
12th Oct 21, 7:47am
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Three quarters of properties sold under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
The lockdown hasn't slowed galloping house price inflation with average values in Auckland rising $23,000 in September
11th Oct 21, 5:57am
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The lockdown hasn't slowed galloping house price inflation with average values in Auckland rising $23,000 in September
New home completions in Auckland remain high but the growth in numbers has flattened
9th Oct 21, 8:45am
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New home completions in Auckland remain high but the growth in numbers has flattened
David Hargreaves says all the language is around further interest rate rises - but his crystal ball is looking very murky when it comes to our now Covid-hit economy
6th Oct 21, 2:56pm
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David Hargreaves says all the language is around further interest rate rises - but his crystal ball is looking very murky when it comes to our now Covid-hit economy
Overseas interest in NZ properties remains low and not likely to improve much - Tony Alexander/REINZ survey
6th Oct 21, 11:32am
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Overseas interest in NZ properties remains low and not likely to improve much - Tony Alexander/REINZ survey
Barfoot & Thompson's September sales volumes down 40% on September last year, prices also tumble
5th Oct 21, 10:29am
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Barfoot & Thompson's September sales volumes down 40% on September last year, prices also tumble
Spring is in the air at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions as market starts to shake off the lockdown blues
4th Oct 21, 12:03pm
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Spring is in the air at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions as market starts to shake off the lockdown blues
The NZIER's latest 'Shadow Board' review ahead of this week's OCR decision shows businesses going cooler on interest rate rises
4th Oct 21, 11:31am
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The NZIER's latest 'Shadow Board' review ahead of this week's OCR decision shows businesses going cooler on interest rate rises
Auckland's property market takes a bigger hit than it did in the first level 4 lockdown in March/April last year
2nd Oct 21, 9:34am
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Auckland's property market takes a bigger hit than it did in the first level 4 lockdown in March/April last year
Average value of New Zealand homes up 27% over the last 12 months
1st Oct 21, 5:00am
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Average value of New Zealand homes up 27% over the last 12 months
New dwelling consents surge in August, particularly in Auckland and Canterbury
30th Sep 21, 11:36am
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New dwelling consents surge in August, particularly in Auckland and Canterbury
The Reserve Bank is widely expected to raise the Official Cash Rate to 0.5% from the current 0.25% next week
27th Sep 21, 2:52pm
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The Reserve Bank is widely expected to raise the Official Cash Rate to 0.5% from the current 0.25% next week
Activity in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms hit a new low last week but numbers are picking up this week
27th Sep 21, 11:18am
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Activity in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms hit a new low last week but numbers are picking up this week
Some 37% of first home buyers bought with a low equity loan in August
25th Sep 21, 9:00am
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Some 37% of first home buyers bought with a low equity loan in August
ASB economists calculate that every one percentage point increase in mortgage interest rates would add $3.3 bln to NZ's household debt servicing costs
23rd Sep 21, 2:05pm
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ASB economists calculate that every one percentage point increase in mortgage interest rates would add $3.3 bln to NZ's household debt servicing costs
Latest KPMG Financial Institutions Performance Survey shows the second highest number of first home buyers ever in the June quarter - but with fewer borrowing on high LVRs
23rd Sep 21, 8:44am
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Latest KPMG Financial Institutions Performance Survey shows the second highest number of first home buyers ever in the June quarter - but with fewer borrowing on high LVRs
David Hargreaves says the likely ongoing presence of Covid in the community poses further questions for our central bank as it looks to 'normalise' interest rates
21st Sep 21, 2:16pm
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David Hargreaves says the likely ongoing presence of Covid in the community poses further questions for our central bank as it looks to 'normalise' interest rates
Real estate auction activity has almost dried up with most vendors choosing to postpone selling their properties
20th Sep 21, 1:39pm
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Real estate auction activity has almost dried up with most vendors choosing to postpone selling their properties
House prices continued to increase in most parts of the country in August but declined in New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Dunedin and Invercargill
15th Sep 21, 10:58am
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House prices continued to increase in most parts of the country in August but declined in New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Dunedin and Invercargill
Number of properties auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson down from 163 in the week before lockdown to 27 last week
13th Sep 21, 1:54pm
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Number of properties auctioned by Barfoot & Thompson down from 163 in the week before lockdown to 27 last week
ASB chief economist expects house price growth to be 'dead in the water' next year
12th Sep 21, 5:39pm
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ASB chief economist expects house price growth to be 'dead in the water' next year