Sales volumes around the country slumped to long time lows in December in the latest REINZ data, providing more evidence of how the market has changed.
There’s been no dramatic changes to property values of late and the traditional holiday season slowdown is likely to be one of the reasons.
New Zealand’s property market might be in a better place than Australia’s but investors still need to brace themselves for major change in 2019.
The latest rental data from Tenancy Bond Services is now available.
House prices have stabilised nationally over 2018, the Real Estate Institute says, but some regions, particularly Wellington and Otago remain hotspots.
If last year was a year of disruption, this year was one in which the movement towards change took off – and many investors were left floundering and uncertain.
Love it or loathe it, many landlords find they need the Tenancy Tribunal so it pays to know how it works.
Median prices and sales activity turned in a healthy performance around the country over the course of 2018 in an “interesting” year for real estate, according to REINZ.
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House prices hit record highs around the country – apart from in Auckland where they are flat-lining, the November data from REINZ shows.
With all the talk of increased council rates and compliance for short term rentals, do they still make investment sense? This month NZ Property Investor magazine investigates.
[UPDATED] The Bill which will put an end to the practice of negative gearing on investment properties has now been introduced into Parliament.
Concerns that Auckland might soon follow the Sydney and Melbourne markets in their downward spiral should be alleviated by new Barfoot & Thompson data.
Affordability is the critical factor in the ongoing strong value growth seen in a number of markets around the country, notably Dunedin and Wellington.
The Central Otago-Lakes District could be feeling the effects of the foreign buyer ban with new data showing a sharp drop in the region’s average asking price.