Property

Kenmure Intermediate former classrooms up for sale

Kenmure Intermediate former classrooms up for sale

Former classroom 'pods' at the Kenmure Intermediate School site in KaikoraiValley, now a firewood merchant, are up for sale for relocation.

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Trial shows value in rental housing Wof

Trial shows value in rental housing Wof

None of Dunedin's houses will pass a rental warrant of fitness if the standards used during a recent trial of scheme are applied.

Rate hike hurts homeowners: Turei

Rate hike hurts homeowners: Turei

The Government's failure to ''get a grip'' on electricity prices and the property market resulted in the Reserve Bank again lifting interest rates, Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei said yesterday.

House prices picked to keep rising

House prices picked to keep rising

House prices are being picked to continue to rise for the year and flagging sales numbers get a boost, before hitting a ''pervasive slowdown'' in 2015, according to Westpac economist Dominick Stephens.

Significant increases in value, number of dairy properties

Rural land has made the biggest gain in the latest Central Otago revaluation, with dairy properties increasing in value by up to 40%.

Property values remain flat

Residential property values remained relatively flat in parts of Otago last year, any increases well below the national average rise.

NZ housing market substantially over-valued

New Zealand has one the world's most over-valued housing markets, according to the Economist.

Property is their passion

Property is their passion

From the outside, the jobs of golf professional at the home of the Ryder Cup and property manager in Dunedin might not appear to have much in common.

Property sales best for 5 years

There were 80 property sales totalling more than $53 million in Queenstown last month, making it the strongest month for the resort in five years.

Forced property sale numbers up in some areas

Forced property sale numbers up in some areas

Despite the worst of the economic recession being over for two years, mortgagee sales are trending higher again, particularly in provincial and rural areas.

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