Property Update

April 2017 Newsletter

Statistics New Zealand has released revised population growth projections for our regions and local authority areas. Rather than forecasts, these projections are based on trends in an area’s age profile, […]

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January 2017 Newsletter

Warning against “Debt to Income” mortgage lending limits … Property Institute of New Zealand Chief Executive, Ashley Church, has issued a warning about the possible consequences ‘debt-to-income’ limits on mortgage lending. […]

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Major benefits of selling in WINTER……

Winter is a great time to sell…. People often think summer is the best time to sell their home.  However there are major benefits of selling in winter.   The major […]

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Banks, Interest Rates and more…..

Thanks to Brendon, Graham and Rupert of VELOCITY FINANCIAL for the following information: What are the banks doing? 90 is the new 80 As the months go by, banks are […]

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June 2014 Newsletter

Click on the below Newsletter to view….. and a chance to win dinner at Logan Browns….

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Welcome to the May 2014 edition of our newsletter…

“Cooling real estate sales” “Return of buyers market” Regional sales volumes slip” “RB rates increase hurting market”, among various media headlines in recent weeks! In changing times your agent’s skills […]

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Property Update

  February Property Update

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Some Ideas For Presenting Your Property For Sale

First Impressions Look at your property with fresh eyes. It is now a product that is competing with others to get the attention of potential buyers. Don’t let them be […]

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Loan to Value Ratio

“Loan to Value Ratio”….The Impact and Options for Buyers From 1 October the much discussed restrictions on high Loan to Value Ratios (LVRs) came into force. A Loan to Value […]

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Wellington

  Welcome to the best little capital region in the world…….. Living here is easy. Wellington is concentrated and compact. It’s easy to get around and our sense of community […]

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