Skyrocketing Auckland prices leave those in other centres in their wake

Auckland residential property values have increased by 13.0% over the past year and are now 24.6% higher than their previous peak back in 2007, according to new Quotable Value data.

Asking prices continue march upwards

It’s a sellers’ market out there - according to new data from which shows that prices continue to rise and listings fall.

Decline in residential building consents

New building consents around most of the country declined in February – although Auckland recorded an increased number of consents.

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Investors think Auckland property is overvalued

Over half (59%) of property investors surveyed for the latest Crockers Property Investment Index think...

Property prices impact on S&P’s assessment of NZ banking sector

A plunge in property prices is a key risk factor for banks in New Zealand, according to a new report...

Warning for landlords in huge Harcourts fine

The Timaru District Court has handed down a hefty fine to Harcourts Timaru for rental property safety...

Regional Review - West Auckland

The Queen City’s simmering property market and improved roading is transforming West Auckland into...

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“We had a verbal agreement with our landlord that he would replace carpet that has black mold (there is photo evidence that it exsisted pre us moving in). It was agreed when we moved in six months ago but he has not done anything about replacing it. He claims he can't get a tradie to lay new carpet. What can we...”
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“We have $400,000 equity in our personal property and $150,000 in our rental (in a LTC). We are trying to decide if we should sell our personal property and buy something with a lower mortgage or to keep our current property and loan our equity to the LTC to purchase additional rental properties? Any recommendations...”
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