Caution urged over Cup expectations

Property Institute of New Zealand chief executive Ashley Church has urged caution around expectations of an ‘economic bonanza’ fuelled by the hosting of the...

Urban Growth Agenda critical

“Last week’s announcement of a 10 per cent year-on-year decline in Auckland’s April dwelling consents and fall in the total number of new homes completed in...

Warm up for winter with efficent home ventilation

An efficient ventilation system is essential to keep the house dry and warm, especially in the colder months. Everyday activities like cooking, showering and drying...

Ray White’s customers come first

Trust and customer loyalty are deeply embedded in the culture of Ray White and they are passionate about providing superior customer experience to every...

Hiring a tradie? Weigh pros, cons

With housing activity showing little sign of slowing down, The Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board (PGDB) is reminding homeowners who are embarking on home...

Fact: housing crisis definitely real

Statistics produced by Auckland Council show that in the 12 months to June 2017 we completed only 6827 new houses. This is far short of...

Childhood ‘dream home’ named among the Top 100 in NZ

A Beachlands home that was designed by its owner drawing inspiration from her childhood has won a gold award* at the recent Registered Master...

First home buyers divided on accepting home ownership help

More than half of Kiwi parents say they would loan their children money interest-free to help them buy a home, according to new research...

Property sales, prices see lift

Auckland residential property prices returned to normal levels of activity in March with sales numbers increasing and the average and medium prices setting new monthly...

Mayor welcomes new infrastructure fund

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff and Deputy Mayor Bill Cashmore have welcomed the Government’s announcement at the weekend of a new infrastructure investment vehicle. “Funding provided...

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