Greg Ninness

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Greg Ninness is the Property Editor of interest.co.nz. He has worked as a business journalist since 1990 and covered the commercial and residential property markets since 2005. 

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Articles by Greg Ninness

27th May 20, 12:38pm
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RBNZ says the banks have $40 billion of loans on commercial property with $5 billion of that in development projects
RBNZ says the banks have $40 billion of loans on commercial property with $5 billion of that in development projects
27th May 20, 12:38pm
27th May 20, 10:59am
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Westpac report says residential construction activity likely to fall 20% next year, commercial construction to be down 15%
Westpac report says residential construction activity likely to fall 20% next year, commercial construction to be down 15%
27th May 20, 10:59am
25th May 20, 12:31pm
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The removal of LVR restrictions on new mortgage lending probably won't be much help to first home buyers in high priced areas like Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Wellington and Nelson
The removal of LVR restrictions on new mortgage lending probably won't be much help to first home buyers in high priced areas like Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Wellington and Nelson
25th May 20, 12:31pm
23rd May 20, 9:07am
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Auction numbers may still be low but there are plenty of bidders out there and properties are selling although results are mixed
Auction numbers may still be low but there are plenty of bidders out there and properties are selling although results are mixed
23rd May 20, 9:07am
20th May 20, 3:46pm
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ANZ report affirms forecast of 10% to 15% fall in house prices this year but warns there's a risk they could fall by more, says commercial property market likely to be even more badly affected
ANZ report affirms forecast of 10% to 15% fall in house prices this year but warns there's a risk they could fall by more, says commercial property market likely to be even more badly affected
20th May 20, 3:46pm
20th May 20, 11:44am
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Farm sales numbers savaged during the April lockdown but prices not so badly affected
Farm sales numbers savaged during the April lockdown but prices not so badly affected
20th May 20, 11:44am
19th May 20, 4:28pm
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Hotel industry's recovery could be hampered by up 4200 new rooms under construction, mostly in Auckland and Queenstown
Hotel industry's recovery could be hampered by up 4200 new rooms under construction, mostly in Auckland and Queenstown
19th May 20, 4:28pm
19th May 20, 9:32am
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Migrant visa approval numbers hammered in April but the number of migrants in the country on work, student and residence visas remained fairly stable
Migrant visa approval numbers hammered in April but the number of migrants in the country on work, student and residence visas remained fairly stable
19th May 20, 9:32am
18th May 20, 2:23pm
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Rent arrears figures suggest commercial landlords and tenants in Otago/Southland likely to be having the hardest time as tourism wipeout bites hard
Rent arrears figures suggest commercial landlords and tenants in Otago/Southland likely to be having the hardest time as tourism wipeout bites hard
18th May 20, 2:23pm
16th May 20, 9:18am
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There was a noticeable dip in house prices in most parts of the country in April, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand's House Price Index shows
There was a noticeable dip in house prices in most parts of the country in April, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand's House Price Index shows
16th May 20, 9:18am
15th May 20, 3:02pm
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Still difficult to pick price trends as auction rooms slowly come back to life
Still difficult to pick price trends as auction rooms slowly come back to life
15th May 20, 3:02pm
[Updated]
15th May 20, 9:44am
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Housing sales slowed to a trickle in April and median prices were also weaker in most regions, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
[Updated]
Housing sales slowed to a trickle in April and median prices were also weaker in most regions, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
15th May 20, 9:44am
14th May 20, 5:32pm
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Government funding for 8000 new homes will not necessarily increase the total number of homes being built but it will likely change the mix by increasing the supply at the bottom of the market
Government funding for 8000 new homes will not necessarily increase the total number of homes being built but it will likely change the mix by increasing the supply at the bottom of the market
14th May 20, 5:32pm
[Updated]
14th May 20, 11:46am
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March net migration gain more than double what it was in March last year as kiwis came home to roost during COVID-19 pandemic
[Updated]
March net migration gain more than double what it was in March last year as kiwis came home to roost during COVID-19 pandemic
14th May 20, 11:46am
13th May 20, 5:17pm
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Government introducing a national interest test for foreign investment, to stop strategically important companies being snapped up by foreign buyers at bargain basement prices
Government introducing a national interest test for foreign investment, to stop strategically important companies being snapped up by foreign buyers at bargain basement prices
13th May 20, 5:17pm
13th May 20, 11:03am
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Auction numbers are still small making it hard to draw conclusions, but there was no sign of a price collapse at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auction
Auction numbers are still small making it hard to draw conclusions, but there was no sign of a price collapse at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auction
13th May 20, 11:03am
12th May 20, 10:39am
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BNZ's economists are forecasting a 12% drop in house prices and an even bigger decline in the construction of new homes
BNZ's economists are forecasting a 12% drop in house prices and an even bigger decline in the construction of new homes
12th May 20, 10:39am
12th May 20, 9:53am
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The sale of TV3's studios and associated buildings was the jewel in Bayleys' recent commercial property sales
The sale of TV3's studios and associated buildings was the jewel in Bayleys' recent commercial property sales
12th May 20, 9:53am
10th May 20, 6:02am
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The timing for the completion of a swag of new commercial building projects could not be worse as we stare down the barrel of recession
The timing for the completion of a swag of new commercial building projects could not be worse as we stare down the barrel of recession
10th May 20, 6:02am
8th May 20, 10:22am
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Queenstown's property market ranked as being the most at risk of a downturn by a substantial margin while Whangarei is the least risky city, says CoreLogic
Queenstown's property market ranked as being the most at risk of a downturn by a substantial margin while Whangarei is the least risky city, says CoreLogic
8th May 20, 10:22am

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