New Zealand may now have a government but uncertainty over what that might mean for the housing market is set to linger for some time.
Immigration policy is set to change under the new Labour-led government but new Statistics New Zealand data shows migration flows have already started to wane.
The housing market might be cooling rapidly but ANZ economists say investors appear to be taking the adjustment in their stride.
Long-time investor Glenn Morris has cornered a niche market not typically attractive to the average landlord - high risk tenants – and he is sharing the key to his success.
Restrictions on high loan-to-value ratio (LVR) lending have had a major impact on the strategy of many property investors, a new survey shows.
Ongoing election uncertainty has been keeping property prices on hold in recent months, but year-on-year price growth is strong nationwide, according to Trade Me Property.
Property prices have crept up in the latest Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data and for economists that suggests a rebalancing of the market.
The drive for healthy rental homes has put tenant needs into the spotlight but now a new survey has exposed what Auckland renters look for in a property.
Housing affordability in regions around New Zealand may have improved over the last quarter, but price to wage ratios are still sky high.
Demand for property in the hot spots which were driving the market has fallen dramatically as the market stays quiet, new data from Realestate.co.nz reveals.
It is now possible to make holiday rentals work for you by generating some great yields but with much less effort than ever before.
Inefficient consent processes nationwide have long been cited as a major hurdle to development, but the drive to improve the consent process is finally making headway.
There is growing pressure on landlords to start insulating their properties following a new survey which indicates around 170,000 rental properties still require proper insulation.
Property owners struggling with a leaky building could fit the bill to join a new class action against councils.
SuperCity sales numbers fell to the lowest level for a September in seven years, according to the latest Barfoot & Thompson data.
Focus might be on the Auckland housing market’s slowdown but new QV data shows that the heat is lifting from markets around the country.