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

19th Mar 20, 12:05pm
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Big drop in the number of farms sold over the last 12 months with dairy farms leading the decline
Big drop in the number of farms sold over the last 12 months with dairy farms leading the decline
19th Mar 20, 12:05pm
19th Mar 20, 11:41am
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Government temporarily waives passenger-based fees for airlines for six months, puts fee increases on hold for 12 months
Government temporarily waives passenger-based fees for airlines for six months, puts fee increases on hold for 12 months
19th Mar 20, 11:41am
18th Mar 20, 11:23am
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No sign of downturn in house prices or sales volumes as buyers thumb their noses at coronavirus threat
No sign of downturn in house prices or sales volumes as buyers thumb their noses at coronavirus threat
18th Mar 20, 11:23am
17th Mar 20, 10:15am
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Barfoot & Thompson's auction sales rate has been almost unchanged for the last three weeks
Barfoot & Thompson's auction sales rate has been almost unchanged for the last three weeks
17th Mar 20, 10:15am
16th Mar 20, 2:52pm
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Big jump in the number of Chinese citizens leaving New Zealand long term with South Africa now the leading source country for NZ migrants
Big jump in the number of Chinese citizens leaving New Zealand long term with South Africa now the leading source country for NZ migrants
16th Mar 20, 2:52pm
14th Mar 20, 9:34am
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Less money is being spent on home renovations in Auckland and Canterbury
Less money is being spent on home renovations in Auckland and Canterbury
14th Mar 20, 9:34am
14th Mar 20, 8:02am
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Financial markets may be in meltdown but there was competitive bidding at Bayleys' latest commercial property auction
Financial markets may be in meltdown but there was competitive bidding at Bayleys' latest commercial property auction
14th Mar 20, 8:02am
13th Mar 20, 11:04am
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Strong house price growth recorded in almost all parts of the country last month, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand's House Price Index shows
Strong house price growth recorded in almost all parts of the country last month, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand's House Price Index shows
13th Mar 20, 11:04am
12th Mar 20, 9:48am
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Auckland house prices largely flat but prices are continuing to rise in other regions, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
Auckland house prices largely flat but prices are continuing to rise in other regions, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
12th Mar 20, 9:48am
12th Mar 20, 5:00am
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Just 22% of people think it's good time to buy a house according to ASB's latest Housing Confidence Survey, which was taken before coronavirus became a big issue
Just 22% of people think it's good time to buy a house according to ASB's latest Housing Confidence Survey, which was taken before coronavirus became a big issue
12th Mar 20, 5:00am
10th Mar 20, 2:59pm
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Our two way trade with China has taken a big hit from coronavirus, with exports and imports both down compared to a year ago
Our two way trade with China has taken a big hit from coronavirus, with exports and imports both down compared to a year ago
10th Mar 20, 2:59pm
10th Mar 20, 10:39am
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Auction numbers passed 200 in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms last week and sales rate steady at 55%
Auction numbers passed 200 in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms last week and sales rate steady at 55%
10th Mar 20, 10:39am
7th Mar 20, 9:46am
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New housing starts the main driver of a record $6.56 billion of construction work in the December 2019 quarter
New housing starts the main driver of a record $6.56 billion of construction work in the December 2019 quarter
7th Mar 20, 9:46am
7th Mar 20, 8:37am
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The auction sales rate dropped back to 56% in the last week of February from 67% the previous week
The auction sales rate dropped back to 56% in the last week of February from 67% the previous week
7th Mar 20, 8:37am
6th Mar 20, 2:08pm
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Westpac NZ slashes forecasts for house price growth and GDP as coronavirus starts to hit jobs and consumer spending
Westpac NZ slashes forecasts for house price growth and GDP as coronavirus starts to hit jobs and consumer spending
6th Mar 20, 2:08pm
4th Mar 20, 1:03pm
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The total value of building consents hit $23.2 billion in the year to January - up 8% on the previous 12 months
The total value of building consents hit $23.2 billion in the year to January - up 8% on the previous 12 months
4th Mar 20, 1:03pm
4th Mar 20, 10:49am
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Barfoot & Thompson's sales numbers rocketed up in February and overall stock numbers remain low but prices were a tad weaker
Barfoot & Thompson's sales numbers rocketed up in February and overall stock numbers remain low but prices were a tad weaker
4th Mar 20, 10:49am
4th Mar 20, 5:00am
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Average dwelling values are rising throughout the country according to Quotable Value
Average dwelling values are rising throughout the country according to Quotable Value
4th Mar 20, 5:00am
3rd Mar 20, 10:24am
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The sales rates were particularly high at Barfoot & Thompson's Manukau and West Auckland auctions, not so strong on the North Shore
The sales rates were particularly high at Barfoot & Thompson's Manukau and West Auckland auctions, not so strong on the North Shore
3rd Mar 20, 10:24am
2nd Mar 20, 10:02am
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New listings are up and average asking prices are on the rise but total housing stock available for sale remains tight
New listings are up and average asking prices are on the rise but total housing stock available for sale remains tight
2nd Mar 20, 10:02am

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