property

15 Aug 18, 6:58pm
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Top Chinese property website says if anyone has been driving up house prices, 'it’s your rich dad and uncle, not rich Chinese'
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15 Aug 18, 6:25pm
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The controversial Overseas Investment Amendment Bill has passed its third reading with 65 votes for and 57 against and will become law in a matter of weeks
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15 Aug 18, 3:52pm
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Housing Minister Phil Twyford says 'affordable' KiwiBuild home prices less likely to be affected by fluctuating market than higher valued homes
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15 Aug 18, 11:51am
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Westpac's chief economist abruptly changes tack and now forecasts a house price rally early next year, with prices to climb 1.5% in the first quarter; RBNZ was the 'game changer'
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15 Aug 18, 10:00am
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House prices were generally softer in July compared to June but sales volumes are holding up - REINZ
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14 Aug 18, 10:41am
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Prices ranged from $665,000 for a three bedroom house at Otahuhu to $2.775m for a villa in St Mary's Bay at Barfoot's latest Auckland auctions
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13 Aug 18, 1:08pm
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Kiwibank fires the opening round in the battle for KiwiBuild customers, offering to pre-approve 90% mortgages and contribute $2000 towards buyers' legal or moving costs
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13 Aug 18, 12:10pm
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The Overseas Investment Amendment Bill was one of the first bills the Government said it would implement and this week it will likely become law
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13 Aug 18, 11:32am
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A shop on the North Shore sold for much less than most residential properties in Auckland and provided a better return
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11 Aug 18, 9:00am
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There was a slight improvement in the number of homes sold at auction in July compared to a year ago
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10 Aug 18, 12:42pm
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Prices ranged from $415,000 to $1.945m at Bayleys' latest commercial property auction
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10 Aug 18, 11:45am
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Falling construction costs rather than a reduction in size is the likely reason for a drop in the average value of new apartments consented in Auckland
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8 Aug 18, 2:57pm
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Auckland Council points to surging housing consent numbers particularly on 'brownfield sites' as evidence the Unitary Plan is working and 'helping deliver a more compact city'
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8 Aug 18, 2:09pm
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Auckland rental market at the beginning of a 'new normal' as rents rise more slowly than in previous years says Barfoot & Thompson
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7 Aug 18, 2:56pm
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Auckland Council figures suggest around 98% of new dwellings consented in the region actually get built
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7 Aug 18, 9:57am
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Fewer properties on offer but sales rates were up at Barfoot & Thompson's latest Auckland auctions with prices starting at $480,000
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6 Aug 18, 4:06pm
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ANZ economists expect building industry to 'muddle through' at still-high activity levels, but it's not an easy road ahead
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6 Aug 18, 2:56pm
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Kiwibank economists estimate a national shortfall of over 100,000 homes so see no chance of 'oversupply' fuelling a correction; don't believe the RBNZ will be easing LVRs any time soon
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6 Aug 18, 1:54pm
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Investment Property Snapshot: Prices for leasehold properties have come down to levels where they are providing superior returns for investors, even after big increases in ground rents
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6 Aug 18, 12:21pm
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The Government will undergo a reset in its procurement policy, after major construction sector players lobbied Ministers to lead by example
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5 Aug 18, 7:33am
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Rodney Dickens says be wary of MBIE's National Construction Pipeline reports, especially their estimates of future residential construction
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4 Aug 18, 9:31am
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100% sold at Ray White's Auckland apartment auction; Bayleys sold almost two thirds overall at its latest Auckland auctions
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3 Aug 18, 3:34pm
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Suspended lawyer and former BNZ staffer jailed for involvement in mortgage fraud scheme; property developer sentenced to home detention
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3 Aug 18, 10:45am
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Barfoot & Thompson's sales volumes subdued in July but prices held their ground, inventory the highest for July since 2011
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2 Aug 18, 11:46am
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REINZ report says sales of million dollar-plus properties have declined in Auckland but risen in most other parts of the country
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