House prices ramping up nationwide

Following heightened interest in and around the national housing market, CoreLogic has, for the first time, created a mid-year analysis of suburb-level property data.

How office space will transform

The mass adoption of remote working across the globe has led to vociferous debate on the future role of commercial office space within cities, with the spotlight on CBDs.

Housing sales drop, prices race ahead

Mixed signals are apparent in the latest data on the strength of the housing market.

Tale of two lakes

Queenstown and Wānaka property hasn’t suffered as badly as other sectors in these tourist towns, writes Sally Lindsay.

Details emerge of property investor tax exemptions

Consultation opens today on how new builds will be exempted from investment property tax changes, in rules to be in place by October 2021.

Market starting to cool

While the number of residential building consents issued continues to break records there are not enough houses for sale and consequently new rentals coming to the market.

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    Bethlehem Town Centre and a Wellington industrial property are being bought by the unlisted property funds manager for a total of $107.5 million.

  • House prices ramping up nationwide

    Following heightened interest in and around the national housing market, CoreLogic has, for the first time, created a mid-year analysis of suburb-level property data.

  • How office space will transform

    The mass adoption of remote working across the globe has led to vociferous debate on the future role of commercial office space within cities, with the spotlight on CBDs.

  • Tale of two lakes

    Queenstown and Wānaka property hasn’t suffered as badly as other sectors in these tourist towns, writes Sally Lindsay.

  • Market starting to cool

    While the number of residential building consents issued continues to break records there are not enough houses for sale and consequently new rentals coming to the market.

  • Treasury’s house price claims debunked

    The chances of Treasury’s predictions average house prices will only rise 0.9% in the year to June 2022 being correct have been deflated by independent economist Tony Alexander.

  • Caveat on house building: Supplies and labour shortage

    New Zealand’s housing market is in the rare position of being able to build enough houses within the next three to five years if the flow of immigrants remains shut off. But there is a caveat.

  • Get ready for housing upheaval

    Mortgage-borrowing investors have been warned to make a five-year plan for high interest rates.

  • Making money the easy way

    Houses sold in the first quarter of this year made their owners a median gain of $315,000 up from $291,000 in the last three months of 2020.

  • More policing of landlords ‘total waste of money’

    Some of the $80 million to be spent over the next four years to police Healthy Homes standards, fix the bond centre and fund RTA disputes could be better spent, says the Property Investors Federation.

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