A Chinese company that made headlines for backing out of a controversial, multi-million dollar land sale last year wants to build a hotel at Queenstown’s Remarkables Park.
For the second consecutive month Dunedin has topped the list of house value gains of main centres across the country - with an annual gain of 13.3%, five times the national 2.6% gain.
While there is still a good selection of dairy farms available in Southland, there have only been a limited number of sales in the province compared to previous years, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand.
The prefab industry says it's at a critical tipping point, as it waits for the government's promised building reforms to get underway.
The volume of residential house sales across the country plunged almost 10% in February, but prices continued to rise in 15 of 16 regions, records being set in five places.
Dunedin's house values have notched up the largest annual percentage gain of all the country's main centres - up 14.3% against February last year.
Yet another Queenstown hotel development’s in the pipeline, with a mega new complex planned for Gorge Road.
A Man Street property above Queenstown’s CBD – up for auction on Thursday – presents major redevelopment prospects thanks to a council plan change.
A housing summit will be held in Dunedin as the city's property market creaks under the pressure of population growth and increasing costs.
The health costs of New Zealand's poor housing could be more than $145 million a year, a new study shows.
New Zealand's major cities are in the grip of a rental squeeze that is not only hitting students, including in Dunedin, but also pensioners and young professionals working as teachers, chefs and engineers.
The Government's foreign buyer ban is affecting some of New Zealand's biggest house builders who are overseas-controlled, including Fletcher Building and Universal Homes, says National's Judith Collins.
Dunedin’s unwelcome status as a city where housing is ‘‘severely unaffordable’’ has wide-ranging implications for both private home buyers and investors.
Tauranga is ranked the eighth most expensive housing market in the world when measured against income, heading off cities like London and San Francisco, according to a global study out today.
Loosening the loan-to-value ratio (LVR) restrictions might help drive a busy property market in the early stages of 2019, QV general manager David Nagel says.
Economists are warning of three major factors that could influence New Zealand's housing market this year.