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Values pick up the pace

There’s a more upbeat feel to the property market and it’s obvious in this month’s QV data which has values firmly on the rise.

Auckland’s November sales at four year high

Sales activity continues to improve in Auckland with new Barfoot & Thompson data revealing their best November sales numbers since 2015.

Finance clause change to hit home buyers: REINZ

Home buyers will no longer be able to use a finance clause to pull out of a property purchase without proof, REINZ has warned.

Supply remains tight nationwide

Many regional markets hit record high asking prices in November but that’s not deterring property-seeking Aucklanders, Realestate.co.nz’s latest data shows.

Wellywood on the rise

Wellington Central property is in high demand, despite challenges faced by the apartment market, writes Joanna Jefferies.

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  • Values pick up the pace

    There’s a more upbeat feel to the property market and it’s obvious in this month’s QV data which has values firmly on the rise.

  • Supply remains tight nationwide

    Many regional markets hit record high asking prices in November but that’s not deterring property-seeking Aucklanders, Realestate.co.nz’s latest data shows.

  • Wellywood on the rise

    Wellington Central property is in high demand, despite challenges faced by the apartment market, writes Joanna Jefferies.

  • Commercial disrupter proves popular

    New commercial property disrupter, Jasper, has hit the ground running with their first investment offering achieving full subscription in just 36 hours.

  • LVRs kept on hold

    The Reserve Bank has kept its LVR speed limits on hold amid fears low interest rates "could lead to a resurgence in higher-risk lending".

  • LVR restrictions to stay put: Westpac

    Westpac economists believe the Reserve Bank will keep LVR speed limits at their current levels, amid fears over house price stability.

  • SFO deception charges for investors

    Four Auckland property investors have been charged with fraudulently obtaining millions of dollars in home loans.

  • Pre-summer pick up for rental market

    The rental market is heating up for summer with both tenant demand and rents on the rise around the country, new Trade Me data suggests.

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