Wednesday, 21 April 2021

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  • Buyers See Value In High-end Dunedin Homes

    09:07 | 21/4/21
    Rising out-of-town interest may be driving demand for high-end residential property across Dunedin, says Bayleys salesperson Kylie Cashmore. <img src="" width="720" height="480"> The property at 52 Balmacewen ... more»
  • Kiwi Houses Selling Like Hotcakes

    06:36 | 21/4/21
    Houses are selling like hotcakes with the average kiwi home taking just 27 days to sell, the latest Trade Me Property data shows. Trade Me Property Sales Director Gavin Lloyd said the site had analysed the time a property spends onsite to determine ... more»
  • Kea Set To Deliver An Updated View Of Offshore Kiwi And Their Potential Return To New Zealand

    06:24 | 21/4/21
    When Kea revealed the potential number and calibre of returning Kiwi expats last year, it caused a sensation among commentators and journalists, who asked; “If that many talented Kiwis return, what could that mean for our nation?” With the ... more»
  • 5% Deposit Mortgage Product Could Be Game-changer For First Home Buyers

    06:15 | 21/4/21
    A mortgage product launched today could be a game-changer for some first home buyers looking to get onto the property ladder. It allows deposits as low as 5%, and is aimed at helping first home buyers who have good incomes but not enough deposit to ... more»
  • Grow NZ Partners With Fast To Introduce Game-changing New Ecommerce Technology To NZ

    06:10 | 21/4/21
    Grow NZ Business is partnering with Fast to introduce an innovative new checkout and login technology to NZ which it says will change the online customer experience game for good. Grow NZ Business, a kiwi business advisory service with more than ... more»
  • Marina Developer Responds To Penguin Concerns

    05:16 | 21/4/21
    Kennedy Point Marina Developers say they have listened to the strong feedback from interest groups and leading experts in response to concerns around management of the korora / Little Blue Penguins. The Marina will be located at Waiheke’s Kennedy ... more»
  • Beatrice Faumuina ONZM Appointed Brand Ambassador To Just Life Group

    17:16 | 20/4/21
    Just Life Group announces the appointment of Beatrice Faumuina as Brand Ambassador to the Group. Beatrice Faumuina is the former World Discus Champion. She has grasped every opportunity from Dancing with the Stars to New Zealand Trade Commissioner in ... more»
  • WRI Market Insights, April 2021: A Global Sawlog Market Update

    16:54 | 20/4/21
    The Global Sawlog Price Index rose 8% in the 4Q/20 as demand for logs was up in North America and Europe Both of the WRI’s sawlog price indices (Global and European) jumped 8% q-o-q in the 4Q/20 as log prices increased worldwide. Demand for logs improved ... more»
  • Taramoa Future Proofed For Sustainability Coupled With Income Diversity

    16:40 | 20/4/21
    A coveted award-winning Hawke’s Bay property manages to meet the needs of both pasture and plate, thanks to a history of smart management and value-added product returns. Taramoa Station located 65km north-west of Napier is on the market for sale ... more»
  • Solid Performance Underpins Pukenui Appeal With Several Purchase Options

    15:57 | 20/4/21
    Pukenui Station. The desirable central Hawke’s Bay location of Pukenui Station offers future owners several farming and lifestyle options rarely found on properties of its scale, with potential to capitalise even further on the property’s finishing ... more»
  • REINZ Announces Jen Baird As New Chief Executive

    15:36 | 20/4/21
    The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has today announced that Jen Baird will be the industry body’s new Chief Executive and will start in the role in early July. <img src="" ... more»
  • Research Reveals Under-30s Feel Wealth Is Mostly About Family

    15:19 | 20/4/21
    More than 60% of New Zealanders believe Covid-19 has changed what’s important in their life, with family – rather than money – topping the list according to a study commissioned by ANZ Bank NZ. The study1 found 52% of Kiwis considered family ... more»
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