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

22nd May 19, 12:22pm
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Sales of dairy farms and lifestyle blocks are well down on a year ago
Sales of dairy farms and lifestyle blocks are well down on a year ago
22nd May 19, 12:22pm
22nd May 19, 10:14am
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Lower interest rates, flat house prices and slowly rising incomes are turning Auckland's housing market more in favour of first home buyers
Lower interest rates, flat house prices and slowly rising incomes are turning Auckland's housing market more in favour of first home buyers
22nd May 19, 10:14am
21st May 19, 9:48am
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Sales on just over a third at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions
Sales on just over a third at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions
21st May 19, 9:48am
18th May 19, 8:59am
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Some residential property investors appear to be cashing up to put their money into commercial property, particularly in Auckland
Some residential property investors appear to be cashing up to put their money into commercial property, particularly in Auckland
18th May 19, 8:59am
17th May 19, 11:29am
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Prices on leasehold units have fallen so much they are now providing exceptional returns for investors
Prices on leasehold units have fallen so much they are now providing exceptional returns for investors
17th May 19, 11:29am
14th May 19, 12:10pm
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Strong growth in migration from China pushes total migration gain up 10.9% in year to March, Statistics NZ says, as it revises February year estimate down
Strong growth in migration from China pushes total migration gain up 10.9% in year to March, Statistics NZ says, as it revises February year estimate down
14th May 19, 12:10pm
[Updated]
14th May 19, 9:35am
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Nationwide residential property sales volumes well down in April but prices remained steady - REINZ data
[Updated]
Nationwide residential property sales volumes well down in April but prices remained steady - REINZ data
14th May 19, 9:35am
14th May 19, 5:00am
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The highest sales rate at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions was at the Manukau auction while activity was more subdued on the North Shore
The highest sales rate at Barfoot & Thompson's latest auctions was at the Manukau auction while activity was more subdued on the North Shore
14th May 19, 5:00am
12th May 19, 6:31am
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RBNZ's OCR cut unlikely to have much effect on the housing market due to miserly mortgage rate cuts, but savers with term deposits are facing a kick in the guts
RBNZ's OCR cut unlikely to have much effect on the housing market due to miserly mortgage rate cuts, but savers with term deposits are facing a kick in the guts
12th May 19, 6:31am
11th May 19, 9:16am
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Westpac economists expect Reserve Bank to keep OCR on hold until 2022 and low mortgage rates to push up house prices
Westpac economists expect Reserve Bank to keep OCR on hold until 2022 and low mortgage rates to push up house prices
11th May 19, 9:16am
10th May 19, 9:41am
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Sales were achieved on a third of the properties at the latest auctions but prices were weaker in Auckland
Sales were achieved on a third of the properties at the latest auctions but prices were weaker in Auckland
10th May 19, 9:41am
[Updated]
7th May 19, 1:32pm
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Sales particularly soft at Barfoot & Thompson's North Shore and West Auckland auctions
[Updated]
Sales particularly soft at Barfoot & Thompson's North Shore and West Auckland auctions
7th May 19, 1:32pm
7th May 19, 7:49am
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Even relatively slight increases in mortgage interest rates could present significant challenges for the housing market
Even relatively slight increases in mortgage interest rates could present significant challenges for the housing market
7th May 19, 7:49am
4th May 19, 9:13am
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Last month's holiday breaks didn't do auction activity any favours but sales were still achieved on 36% of the properties offered
Last month's holiday breaks didn't do auction activity any favours but sales were still achieved on 36% of the properties offered
4th May 19, 9:13am
Photo: Alex Borland
2nd May 19, 11:30am
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New dwelling consent activity remains strong with the number of new consents issued nationally more than doubling over the last five years
New dwelling consent activity remains strong with the number of new consents issued nationally more than doubling over the last five years
2nd May 19, 11:30am
2nd May 19, 10:45am
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Sales at Auckland's largest real estate agency appear to be following the usual seasonal trend and took a dip in April, but selling prices were steady
Sales at Auckland's largest real estate agency appear to be following the usual seasonal trend and took a dip in April, but selling prices were steady
2nd May 19, 10:45am
1st May 19, 12:04pm
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Latest Realestate.co.nz figures show asking prices and new listings are easing while the total number of homes for sale is on the rise
Latest Realestate.co.nz figures show asking prices and new listings are easing while the total number of homes for sale is on the rise
1st May 19, 12:04pm
1st May 19, 7:15am
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Housing values are continuing to decline in Auckland and the rate of growth is slowing in much of the rest of the country
Housing values are continuing to decline in Auckland and the rate of growth is slowing in much of the rest of the country
1st May 19, 7:15am
30th Apr 19, 12:19pm
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There are numerous ways the Government could cool the housing market if prices started rocketing up again, including the capital gains taxes we already have, Greg Ninness writes
There are numerous ways the Government could cool the housing market if prices started rocketing up again, including the capital gains taxes we already have, Greg Ninness writes
30th Apr 19, 12:19pm
27th Apr 19, 9:16am
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Rents increasing more than twice as fast in Wellington as Auckland, interest.co.nz analysis shows
Rents increasing more than twice as fast in Wellington as Auckland, interest.co.nz analysis shows
27th Apr 19, 9:16am

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