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

2nd Apr 19, 10:02am
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Auction sales eased back last week suggesting the peak summer season is drawing to a close
Auction sales eased back last week suggesting the peak summer season is drawing to a close
2nd Apr 19, 10:02am
31st Mar 19, 6:02am
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If the Government extends Capital Gains Tax, people abandoning investment properties in favour of doing up the family home may not be as common as some CGT opponents suggest
If the Government extends Capital Gains Tax, people abandoning investment properties in favour of doing up the family home may not be as common as some CGT opponents suggest
31st Mar 19, 6:02am
30th Mar 19, 6:02am
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Auction sales activity has been remarkably steady through March
Auction sales activity has been remarkably steady through March
30th Mar 19, 6:02am
29th Mar 19, 11:23am
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New dwelling consents are particularly strong in Auckland led by growth in apartments
New dwelling consents are particularly strong in Auckland led by growth in apartments
29th Mar 19, 11:23am
28th Mar 19, 3:04pm
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Successive buyers have lost more than $200,000 each on a downtown Auckland apartment
Successive buyers have lost more than $200,000 each on a downtown Auckland apartment
28th Mar 19, 3:04pm
26th Mar 19, 11:01am
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Dame Jenny Shipley, Peter Gomm and Clive Tilby follow Richard Yan and appeal High Court's Mainzeal judgment which ordered them to pay $36m between them
Dame Jenny Shipley, Peter Gomm and Clive Tilby follow Richard Yan and appeal High Court's Mainzeal judgment which ordered them to pay $36m between them
26th Mar 19, 11:01am
26th Mar 19, 10:29am
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Barfoot & Thompson's auction sales rate is steady on 29% overall but properties in the central Auckland suburbs are slower to sell
Barfoot & Thompson's auction sales rate is steady on 29% overall but properties in the central Auckland suburbs are slower to sell
26th Mar 19, 10:29am
25th Mar 19, 4:12pm
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Richard Yan appealing High Court decision which found he breached his duties as a director of Mainzeal by allowing the company to engage in reckless trading prior to its collapse
Richard Yan appealing High Court decision which found he breached his duties as a director of Mainzeal by allowing the company to engage in reckless trading prior to its collapse
25th Mar 19, 4:12pm
24th Mar 19, 6:02am
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Lower quartile house prices were surprisingly strong in February - making life more difficult for aspiring first home buyers
Lower quartile house prices were surprisingly strong in February - making life more difficult for aspiring first home buyers
24th Mar 19, 6:02am
23rd Mar 19, 9:31am
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Auction sales rates are lower in Auckland than the rest of the country
Auction sales rates are lower in Auckland than the rest of the country
23rd Mar 19, 9:31am
20th Mar 19, 7:57am
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Investment Property Snapshot: Commercial properties are available at similar prices to residential properties, but the returns are usually higher
Investment Property Snapshot: Commercial properties are available at similar prices to residential properties, but the returns are usually higher
20th Mar 19, 7:57am
19th Mar 19, 10:17am
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It appears that properties are now slower to sell in Auckland's central suburbs such as Ponsonby, Grey Lynn, Remuera, Glendowie and St Heliers
It appears that properties are now slower to sell in Auckland's central suburbs such as Ponsonby, Grey Lynn, Remuera, Glendowie and St Heliers
19th Mar 19, 10:17am
18th Mar 19, 12:54pm
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Harcourts February sales were lower in the upper North Island but more buoyant elsewhere and particularly strong in Wellington
Harcourts February sales were lower in the upper North Island but more buoyant elsewhere and particularly strong in Wellington
18th Mar 19, 12:54pm
17th Mar 19, 5:00am
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Auction numbers and sales rates are holding steady during real estate's peak selling season
Auction numbers and sales rates are holding steady during real estate's peak selling season
17th Mar 19, 5:00am
15th Mar 19, 11:37am
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Inward migration flows are rising again, back up towards the record levels of two years ago, Statistics NZ says. Revises previous estimate up
Inward migration flows are rising again, back up towards the record levels of two years ago, Statistics NZ says. Revises previous estimate up
15th Mar 19, 11:37am
15th Mar 19, 8:05am
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Even when bidding was competitive at the latest apartment auctions, selling prices were below the rating valuations
Even when bidding was competitive at the latest apartment auctions, selling prices were below the rating valuations
15th Mar 19, 8:05am
13th Mar 19, 11:00am
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How businesses are affected by Capital Gains Tax will depend on how much it redistributes the tax burden, Greg Ninness says
How businesses are affected by Capital Gains Tax will depend on how much it redistributes the tax burden, Greg Ninness says
13th Mar 19, 11:00am
12th Mar 19, 10:07am
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Sales rates ranged from 10% to 56% at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
Sales rates ranged from 10% to 56% at Barfoot & Thompson's auctions last week
12th Mar 19, 10:07am
9th Mar 19, 8:30am
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It's the more expensive homes that are leading Auckland's property market down, Greg Ninness discovers
It's the more expensive homes that are leading Auckland's property market down, Greg Ninness discovers
9th Mar 19, 8:30am
8th Mar 19, 1:59pm
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A block of seven flats in Parnell sold for $4.025 million providing its new owners with a net yield of 3.93%
A block of seven flats in Parnell sold for $4.025 million providing its new owners with a net yield of 3.93%
8th Mar 19, 1:59pm

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