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Archive: February 2012

Apartments lead rise in housing consents

The number of new home approvals rose in January 2012 compared to the year earlier, with apartments accounting for almost half of the increase.
29-02-2012 more >>

Nationwide prices up but provinces see falls: QV

Nationwide residential property values have continued to rise with Auckland leading the charge, according to the latest QV monthly index.
14-02-2012 more >>

Sales soar 25% in January

January 2012 saw a 25.2% rise in house sales making it the best January for sales volumes since 2008, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ).
14-02-2012 more >>

REINZ Regional Commentaries - January 2012

Many regions record double-digit sales growth in January with Waikato/Bay of Plenty seeing 35% more sales than this time last year.
14-02-2012 more >>

Auckland and Chch housing hotspots

The gulf between the Auckland housing market and the rest of the country appears to be widening according to the latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey.
13-02-2012 more >>

Rent optimism trumps tax changes to spark investor activity

Property investors have been spurred back into action by stories of rising rents and accommodation shortages and are back in the market, according to the first
10-02-2012 more >>

Warm Rentals Bill proposals may get landlords hot under collar

Property investors and landlords may be legally required to ensure their properties meet Government standards for heating and energy efficiency if a Bill proposed by Green MP Gareth Hughes becomes law.
07-02-2012 more >>

Auckland market sees strongest January for four years

The Auckland property market saw its strongest January in four years with prices reaching the highest average ever for the month, according to Barfoot & Thompson.
03-02-2012 more >>

‘No end in sight' to rent rises, tenant bidding wars

More property investors are set to return to Auckland and will eventually branch out to other centres, according to BNZ economist Tony Alexander.
03-02-2012 more >>

Migration turnaround likely to underpin housing market

The housing market recovery is likely to be underpinned by a turn-around in net migration from the second half of this year and into next. The Department of Labour is predicting annual net migration will go from a net inflow of just below 4,000 people in the year ended June last year to an outflow of about 4,000 in the near term before turning back to a net inflow of about 6,000 in mid to late 2012 and early 2013.
02-02-2012 more >>

Clear thinking from Productivity Commission

The New Zealand Productivity Commission as an independent Crown Entity established by the Government in December 2010. The Commissions purpose is to help the Government improve laws and regulations that guide and incentivise how individuals, businesses and other organisations make their decisions.
01-02-2012 more >>

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