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 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
25th Apr 19, 6:02am
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A sharp decline in residential property sales has caused estimated agency commissions to decline in several regions - Auckland commission levels down 29% on three years ago
A sharp decline in residential property sales has caused estimated agency commissions to decline in several regions - Auckland commission levels down 29% on three years ago
25th Apr 19, 6:02am
23rd Apr 19, 9:31am
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Even though lower quartile house prices remain at or near record highs, falling interest rates have come to the rescue of first home buyers
Even though lower quartile house prices remain at or near record highs, falling interest rates have come to the rescue of first home buyers
23rd Apr 19, 9:31am
18th Apr 19, 10:04am
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Investment property prices were up and rental yields were down as the Capital Gains Tax debate raged
Investment property prices were up and rental yields were down as the Capital Gains Tax debate raged
18th Apr 19, 10:04am
16th Apr 19, 4:45pm
Reserve Bank allows an extra two weeks for submissions on its proposals to increase bank capital requirements
Reserve Bank allows an extra two weeks for submissions on its proposals to increase bank capital requirements
16th Apr 19, 4:45pm
16th Apr 19, 10:48am
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Harcourts' sales have been down compared to last year for five months in a row but prices appear to be holding up
Harcourts' sales have been down compared to last year for five months in a row but prices appear to be holding up
16th Apr 19, 10:48am
16th Apr 19, 10:08am
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Most auctioned properties are being passed in and opened up to offers from conditional buyers
Most auctioned properties are being passed in and opened up to offers from conditional buyers
16th Apr 19, 10:08am
15th Apr 19, 2:30pm
Farm sales are down on a year ago with dairy farms showing the biggest decline, but prices appear to be holding up
Farm sales are down on a year ago with dairy farms showing the biggest decline, but prices appear to be holding up
15th Apr 19, 2:30pm
13th Apr 19, 6:53am
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There was strong bidding at the latest Auckland apartment auctions but prices on those that sold were all below their Rating Valuations
There was strong bidding at the latest Auckland apartment auctions but prices on those that sold were all below their Rating Valuations
13th Apr 19, 6:53am
12th Apr 19, 11:46am
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Net migration up 19% in year to February compared to previous year, almost a record high
Net migration up 19% in year to February compared to previous year, almost a record high
12th Apr 19, 11:46am
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12th Apr 19, 9:39am
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Miserable end to summer for the housing market, especially in Auckland where March sales volumes were down 18% compared to March last year
[Updated]
Miserable end to summer for the housing market, especially in Auckland where March sales volumes were down 18% compared to March last year
12th Apr 19, 9:39am
11th Apr 19, 10:28am
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Vendors may have to make some tough decisions as auction sales rates start to decline in April, with sales particularly weak in Auckland
Vendors may have to make some tough decisions as auction sales rates start to decline in April, with sales particularly weak in Auckland
11th Apr 19, 10:28am
10th Apr 19, 10:48am
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Bank premises in suburban Taradale give investor net yield of 6.31% while office building in Napier CBD returns 7.17%+
Bank premises in suburban Taradale give investor net yield of 6.31% while office building in Napier CBD returns 7.17%+
10th Apr 19, 10:48am
9th Apr 19, 12:32pm
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Mainzeal's liquidators are seeking to double the amount the company's directors, including its chairman Jenny Shipley will have to pay creditors, from $36m to $73m
Mainzeal's liquidators are seeking to double the amount the company's directors, including its chairman Jenny Shipley will have to pay creditors, from $36m to $73m
9th Apr 19, 12:32pm
9th Apr 19, 9:30am
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Activity has flattened out in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms with sales remaining at a low level
Activity has flattened out in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms with sales remaining at a low level
9th Apr 19, 9:30am
7th Apr 19, 6:02am
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The construction industry's grumpiness may be the result of a forced shift in focus towards more affordable housing, says Greg Ninness
The construction industry's grumpiness may be the result of a forced shift in focus towards more affordable housing, says Greg Ninness
7th Apr 19, 6:02am
5th Apr 19, 12:37pm
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Auction sales rates are consistent throughout the country but prices are weaker in Auckland
Auction sales rates are consistent throughout the country but prices are weaker in Auckland
5th Apr 19, 12:37pm
4th Apr 19, 12:02am
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Auckland a buyer's market as stock of properties for sale builds up and asking prices ease on Realestate.co.nz
Auckland a buyer's market as stock of properties for sale builds up and asking prices ease on Realestate.co.nz
4th Apr 19, 12:02am
3rd Apr 19, 10:35am
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Barfoot & Thompson's sales down in March but prices held up reasonably well. Managing director says it's a market 'requiring vendors to have realistic expectations'
Barfoot & Thompson's sales down in March but prices held up reasonably well. Managing director says it's a market 'requiring vendors to have realistic expectations'
3rd Apr 19, 10:35am
3rd Apr 19, 5:00am
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Latest QV figures show housing values are falling in Auckland while the rate of growth is slowing in the rest of the country
Latest QV figures show housing values are falling in Auckland while the rate of growth is slowing in the rest of the country
3rd Apr 19, 5:00am

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