From a tiny deposit to a full-time landlord, it’s been a successful journal for the NZPIF’s landlord of the year – and now he’s sharing his story.
It’s full steam ahead for the government’s plans to ban foreign buyers from buying existing dwellings with legislation set to be introduced into Parliament today.
Sales volumes around New Zealand increased in November but they remain well down on last year, new Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data reveals.
House prices in all but one of New Zealand’s 15 regions increased year-on-year in November, according to Trade Me Property’s latest data.
The upcoming foreign buyer ban on purchasing existing properties is expected to have a minimal impact on sales, according to new research from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand.
Keen to ditch the day job and make full time passive income from a property portfolio? Big-time professional investors are sharing how they’ve done it.
A Christchurch company has just launched New Zealand’s first commercial warrant of fitness (WoF) service for property owners – yet Wellington’s scheme is struggling.
Value growth has picked up again in many markets around New Zealand but the halcyon days of double digit increases look to be over.
Uncertainty over the details of the government’s housing policies continues to weigh on the Auckland market - yet new data shows sales are up.
Investors who are wondering what 2018 will hold in the commercial property sector might find some clues in Colliers International New Zealand’s latest list of predictions.
Vigilance when assessing potential tenants is critical but doing the necessary checking has just got easier for landlords with the arrival of a tenant scoring system.
Home to a mix of professionals and students, Wellington Central is a vibrant place to live and work but like many main centres across New Zealand, it's facing a chronic shortage of housing stock and rentals, writes Stephen Dickens.
There’s been a big increase in new property listings but experts are questioning whether market demand will follow.
Rental properties will now be legally required to meet minimum standards after the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill passed its third reading in Parliament tonight.
A big drop in apartment consents has driven a fall in dwellings consents overall in October, new data reveals – but there’s better news for Auckland.
The Reserve Bank’s move to relax existing LVR restrictions is welcome but does not go far or fast enough, according to property commentators.