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

12th May 20, 10:39am
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BNZ's economists are forecasting a 12% drop in house prices and an even bigger decline in the construction of new homes
BNZ's economists are forecasting a 12% drop in house prices and an even bigger decline in the construction of new homes
12th May 20, 10:39am
12th May 20, 9:53am
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The sale of TV3's studios and associated buildings was the jewel in Bayleys' recent commercial property sales
The sale of TV3's studios and associated buildings was the jewel in Bayleys' recent commercial property sales
12th May 20, 9:53am
10th May 20, 6:02am
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The timing for the completion of a swag of new commercial building projects could not be worse as we stare down the barrel of recession
The timing for the completion of a swag of new commercial building projects could not be worse as we stare down the barrel of recession
10th May 20, 6:02am
8th May 20, 10:22am
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Queenstown's property market ranked as being the most at risk of a downturn by a substantial margin while Whangarei is the least risky city, says CoreLogic
Queenstown's property market ranked as being the most at risk of a downturn by a substantial margin while Whangarei is the least risky city, says CoreLogic
8th May 20, 10:22am
7th May 20, 8:33am
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Property auction activity is showing the first signs of life but it's still hard to pick what's happening with prices
Property auction activity is showing the first signs of life but it's still hard to pick what's happening with prices
7th May 20, 8:33am
6th May 20, 10:13am
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Outlook grim for owners of shopping malls, even grimmer for mum and dad investors with small suburban retail premises
Outlook grim for owners of shopping malls, even grimmer for mum and dad investors with small suburban retail premises
6th May 20, 10:13am
6th May 20, 5:00am
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Quotable Value says housing market uncertainty likely to remain until the end of the year
Quotable Value says housing market uncertainty likely to remain until the end of the year
6th May 20, 5:00am
5th May 20, 2:16pm
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COVID-19 has driven a steep decline in market confidence for commercial property - RICS report
COVID-19 has driven a steep decline in market confidence for commercial property - RICS report
5th May 20, 2:16pm
5th May 20, 11:38am
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Much bigger drop in commercial building consents than residential building consents
Much bigger drop in commercial building consents than residential building consents
5th May 20, 11:38am
4th May 20, 10:38am
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Big decline in sales at Barfoot & Thompson while prices dropped slightly in April
Big decline in sales at Barfoot & Thompson while prices dropped slightly in April
4th May 20, 10:38am
1st May 20, 11:44am
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Sales of residential property to foreign buyers have declined by 85% in the last two years
Sales of residential property to foreign buyers have declined by 85% in the last two years
1st May 20, 11:44am
1st May 20, 8:00am
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KiwiBuild projects will be under pressure if housing prices start falling significantly, Greg Ninness says
KiwiBuild projects will be under pressure if housing prices start falling significantly, Greg Ninness says
1st May 20, 8:00am
30th Apr 20, 8:00am
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S&P Global Ratings says owners of retail and office premises are likely to be hardest hit by COVID-19 fallout but there could be a bright spot for owners of warehouse space
S&P Global Ratings says owners of retail and office premises are likely to be hardest hit by COVID-19 fallout but there could be a bright spot for owners of warehouse space
30th Apr 20, 8:00am
29th Apr 20, 12:02pm
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It could be July before we start to see meaningful data on what's happening to house prices, leaving buyers, sellers and banks struggling to decide what a property is worth
It could be July before we start to see meaningful data on what's happening to house prices, leaving buyers, sellers and banks struggling to decide what a property is worth
29th Apr 20, 12:02pm
29th Apr 20, 8:07am
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Average rents increased by more than 10% in many parts of the country in the year to March but growth was much more subdued in Auckland and Christchurch
Average rents increased by more than 10% in many parts of the country in the year to March but growth was much more subdued in Auckland and Christchurch
29th Apr 20, 8:07am
24th Apr 20, 5:45pm
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Auckland Council faces massive drop in revenue due to the lockdown and the expected recession, proposes to broaden its rates deferral scheme for businesses and residents facing hardship
Auckland Council faces massive drop in revenue due to the lockdown and the expected recession, proposes to broaden its rates deferral scheme for businesses and residents facing hardship
24th Apr 20, 5:45pm
24th Apr 20, 11:14am
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Business groups warn of widespread failures and job losses if commercial tenants aren't given rent relief
Business groups warn of widespread failures and job losses if commercial tenants aren't given rent relief
24th Apr 20, 11:14am
23rd Apr 20, 4:25pm
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Commercial landlords and tenants need to realise they are joined at the hip and may need to start setting rents as a percentage of the tenant's turnover
Commercial landlords and tenants need to realise they are joined at the hip and may need to start setting rents as a percentage of the tenant's turnover
23rd Apr 20, 4:25pm
23rd Apr 20, 8:00am
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Prices at the bottom end of the market were rising strongly in most places in March but record low mortgage interest rates provided some relief for first home buyers
Prices at the bottom end of the market were rising strongly in most places in March but record low mortgage interest rates provided some relief for first home buyers
23rd Apr 20, 8:00am
22nd Apr 20, 4:08pm
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Farm sales were down 15% in the first quarter of this year compared to a year ago and farm prices were down 13%, but the rural community remains in good heart
Farm sales were down 15% in the first quarter of this year compared to a year ago and farm prices were down 13%, but the rural community remains in good heart
22nd Apr 20, 4:08pm

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