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

8th Aug 20, 6:33am
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The COVID-19 lockdown delivered a massive hit to the real estate industry's commission revenue but it's bouncing back quite quickly
The COVID-19 lockdown delivered a massive hit to the real estate industry's commission revenue but it's bouncing back quite quickly
8th Aug 20, 6:33am
5th Aug 20, 5:00am
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Quotable Value says average dwelling values still well up on a year ago but the growth rate is starting to tail off
Quotable Value says average dwelling values still well up on a year ago but the growth rate is starting to tail off
5th Aug 20, 5:00am
4th Aug 20, 2:48pm
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Barfoot & Thompson's auction results suggest the Auckland market is remarkably firm for the middle of winter
Barfoot & Thompson's auction results suggest the Auckland market is remarkably firm for the middle of winter
4th Aug 20, 2:48pm
4th Aug 20, 10:29am
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Barfoot & Thompson's July sales were more like the peak summer selling season than mid-winter
Barfoot & Thompson's July sales were more like the peak summer selling season than mid-winter
4th Aug 20, 10:29am
3rd Aug 20, 2:37pm
27
Jeez mate, housing values on the slide in the lucky country
Jeez mate, housing values on the slide in the lucky country
3rd Aug 20, 2:37pm
3rd Aug 20, 10:07am
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New residential property listings in Auckland were up 39.7% in July compared to July last year
New residential property listings in Auckland were up 39.7% in July compared to July last year
3rd Aug 20, 10:07am
1st Aug 20, 7:11am
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Sales achieved on 58% of the properties at auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
Sales achieved on 58% of the properties at auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
1st Aug 20, 7:11am
31st Jul 20, 11:35am
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Building consents suggest the outlook for non-residential construction is not all doom and gloom
Building consents suggest the outlook for non-residential construction is not all doom and gloom
31st Jul 20, 11:35am
30th Jul 20, 11:32am
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The number of new homes consented in the lockdown-affected second quarter of this year was just three less than the same period of last year
The number of new homes consented in the lockdown-affected second quarter of this year was just three less than the same period of last year
30th Jul 20, 11:32am
30th Jul 20, 8:00am
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Residential rental yields have remained steady this year, although falling interest rates will make them look more attractive to investors
Residential rental yields have remained steady this year, although falling interest rates will make them look more attractive to investors
30th Jul 20, 8:00am
28th Jul 20, 12:30pm
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Overseas owners selling twice as many New Zealand residential properties as they are buying
Overseas owners selling twice as many New Zealand residential properties as they are buying
28th Jul 20, 12:30pm
28th Jul 20, 9:46am
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Buoyant sales results in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms
Buoyant sales results in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms
28th Jul 20, 9:46am
27th Jul 20, 5:00am
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The mortgage payments on a lower quartile-priced home have declined by nearly $40 a week since February, Interest.co.nz Home Loan Affordability Reports show
The mortgage payments on a lower quartile-priced home have declined by nearly $40 a week since February, Interest.co.nz Home Loan Affordability Reports show
27th Jul 20, 5:00am
25th Jul 20, 6:14am
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Number of new homes completed in Auckland in May down 44% compared to May last year
Number of new homes completed in Auckland in May down 44% compared to May last year
25th Jul 20, 6:14am
24th Jul 20, 11:36am
79
Government's new urban development policy could lead to greater parking congestion in both residential and commercial areas
Government's new urban development policy could lead to greater parking congestion in both residential and commercial areas
24th Jul 20, 11:36am
22nd Jul 20, 12:52pm
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Former head of collapsed Blue Chip group charged with fraud in Australia reportedly after providing tax structuring advice
Former head of collapsed Blue Chip group charged with fraud in Australia reportedly after providing tax structuring advice
22nd Jul 20, 12:52pm
22nd Jul 20, 9:25am
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Work, student and residence visa approvals steadily rising, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment figures show
Work, student and residence visa approvals steadily rising, Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment figures show
22nd Jul 20, 9:25am
21st Jul 20, 10:10am
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Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms consistently handling around 120 properties a week and achieving sales on about half of them
Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms consistently handling around 120 properties a week and achieving sales on about half of them
21st Jul 20, 10:10am
20th Jul 20, 2:40pm
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The number of farms being sold and farm prices are both in decline, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
The number of farms being sold and farm prices are both in decline, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
20th Jul 20, 2:40pm
18th Jul 20, 6:12am
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Sales achieved on 46% of the properties at the auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
Sales achieved on 46% of the properties at the auctions monitored by interest.co.nz
18th Jul 20, 6:12am
17th Jul 20, 6:06am
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Average rents in Queenstown-Lakes declined by $89 a week in the second quarter of this year, Wellington City rents down by $16 a week
Average rents in Queenstown-Lakes declined by $89 a week in the second quarter of this year, Wellington City rents down by $16 a week
17th Jul 20, 6:06am
16th Jul 20, 10:10am
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"The worm seems to have turned for property values in the main centres" - CoreLogic
"The worm seems to have turned for property values in the main centres" - CoreLogic
16th Jul 20, 10:10am
16th Jul 20, 8:27am
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New Zealand residents have been leaving the country at a greater pace than they have been arriving back
New Zealand residents have been leaving the country at a greater pace than they have been arriving back
16th Jul 20, 8:27am
15th Jul 20, 9:13am
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Property prices were probably a bit stronger in Auckland than they were in many other parts of the country in June
Property prices were probably a bit stronger in Auckland than they were in many other parts of the country in June
15th Jul 20, 9:13am
14th Jul 20, 12:46pm
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Barfoot & Thompson is continuing to auction twice as many properties as it did at this time last year
Barfoot & Thompson is continuing to auction twice as many properties as it did at this time last year
14th Jul 20, 12:46pm

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