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 Sep 19, 10:30am
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Tony Alexander has resigned from the BNZ after 25 years as one of the country's best-known and most colourful bank economists
Tony Alexander has resigned from the BNZ after 25 years as one of the country's best-known and most colourful bank economists
27th Sep 19, 10:30am
26th Sep 19, 9:50am
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The 2018 Census shows 191,646 homes (10.3%) throughout the country were unoccupied but in Auckland just 7.3% were unoccupied 
The 2018 Census shows 191,646 homes (10.3%) throughout the country were unoccupied but in Auckland just 7.3% were unoccupied 
26th Sep 19, 9:50am
25th Sep 19, 10:02am
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Census suggests most housing development has occurred in the wealthier parts of Auckland, while high growth poorer districts have been neglected
Census suggests most housing development has occurred in the wealthier parts of Auckland, while high growth poorer districts have been neglected
25th Sep 19, 10:02am
24th Sep 19, 10:27am
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Steady as she goes in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms for the start of spring
Steady as she goes in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms for the start of spring
24th Sep 19, 10:27am
23rd Sep 19, 12:50pm
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The latest census data show housing pressures are not confined to major centres like Auckland and Wellington
The latest census data show housing pressures are not confined to major centres like Auckland and Wellington
23rd Sep 19, 12:50pm
21st Sep 19, 6:58am
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The mood was strongly upbeat at the latest Auckland apartment auction as buyers take advantage of low interest rates and spring weather lifts spirits
The mood was strongly upbeat at the latest Auckland apartment auction as buyers take advantage of low interest rates and spring weather lifts spirits
21st Sep 19, 6:58am
20th Sep 19, 9:59am
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There's a cruel sting in the tail of falling interest rates - they've already started pushing up house prices at the bottom end of the market, making home ownership less affordable for aspiring first home buyers
There's a cruel sting in the tail of falling interest rates - they've already started pushing up house prices at the bottom end of the market, making home ownership less affordable for aspiring first home buyers
20th Sep 19, 9:59am
[Updated]
18th Sep 19, 4:20pm
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'Super investor' Ron Hoy Fong's property mentoring company Ronovation ordered to pay $400,000 for breaching the Commerce Act
[Updated]
'Super investor' Ron Hoy Fong's property mentoring company Ronovation ordered to pay $400,000 for breaching the Commerce Act
18th Sep 19, 4:20pm
18th Sep 19, 11:47am
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The number of farms being sold might be well down on last year but prices are higher, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
The number of farms being sold might be well down on last year but prices are higher, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
18th Sep 19, 11:47am
18th Sep 19, 7:50am
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Work visa numbers are rising strongly while residency visas are declining and student visas are almost flat, Greg Ninness reports
Work visa numbers are rising strongly while residency visas are declining and student visas are almost flat, Greg Ninness reports
18th Sep 19, 7:50am
17th Sep 19, 3:16pm
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Delayed Fonterra annual results and new business strategy to be released next week on Thursday, September 26
Delayed Fonterra annual results and new business strategy to be released next week on Thursday, September 26
17th Sep 19, 3:16pm
17th Sep 19, 9:51am
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The sales rate was around 50% at all of Barfoot & Thompson's main auctions last week
The sales rate was around 50% at all of Barfoot & Thompson's main auctions last week
17th Sep 19, 9:51am
14th Sep 19, 6:26am
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Fewer properties are being offered at auction but more are selling, suggesting agents and their clients are being more selective about which properties to put on the block
Fewer properties are being offered at auction but more are selling, suggesting agents and their clients are being more selective about which properties to put on the block
14th Sep 19, 6:26am
[Updated]
13th Sep 19, 9:42am
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National house sales volumes sank to a five year low in August but prices were flat overall, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
[Updated]
National house sales volumes sank to a five year low in August but prices were flat overall, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand says
13th Sep 19, 9:42am
11th Sep 19, 8:56am
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More investors looking at smaller commercial properties as interest rates fall and they chase rental income stream
More investors looking at smaller commercial properties as interest rates fall and they chase rental income stream
11th Sep 19, 8:56am
[Updated]
10th Sep 19, 10:06am
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Activity ticked up in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms in the first week of spring
[Updated]
Activity ticked up in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms in the first week of spring
10th Sep 19, 10:06am
7th Sep 19, 7:11am
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Just under half the 655 residential property auctions interest.co.nz monitored in August sold under the hammer
Just under half the 655 residential property auctions interest.co.nz monitored in August sold under the hammer
7th Sep 19, 7:11am
6th Sep 19, 10:13am
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Dairy farming co-operative Fonterra says it needs more time to finalise its annual financial results after significant recent asset write-downs
Dairy farming co-operative Fonterra says it needs more time to finalise its annual financial results after significant recent asset write-downs
6th Sep 19, 10:13am
5th Sep 19, 11:34am
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The value of construction activity up by 11.8% in the June quarter compared to a year earlier
The value of construction activity up by 11.8% in the June quarter compared to a year earlier
5th Sep 19, 11:34am
5th Sep 19, 7:39am
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The latest changes to KiwiBuild won't be a game changer for housing, Greg Ninness argues, with news of new housing authority Kainga Ora elusive
The latest changes to KiwiBuild won't be a game changer for housing, Greg Ninness argues, with news of new housing authority Kainga Ora elusive
5th Sep 19, 7:39am

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