Just four townhouses offering a luxury living experience remain for sale in Alexandra Park’s celebrated urban village development currently under construction on Greenlane West, Epsom.
With Auckland’s population increasing by the equivalent of the populations of Invercargill and Whanganui, community housing providers are proposing a sensible solution to increase the supply of affordable homes in Auckland.
Despite a nationwide drop in sales volumes, Auckland is one of four regions to hit record high median sale prices in October, while the national median price eased by $5,000 to $510,000, according to the latest figures released today by REINZ, source of the most recent, complete and accurate real
Housing New Zealand has achieved some significant wins in the 2016 financial year, including exceeding its new-build target, housing more families than the previous year and investing a record amount into upgrading its properties.
Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of NZ ("REINZ") shows there were 155 more lifestyle property sales (+7%) for the three months ended September 2016 than for the three months ended September 2015.
Auckland is now 62 per cent less affordable than the rest of the country, and homes in Central Otago Lakes are 61 per cent less affordable.
World Green Building Week kicked off last week (26 September) and Housing New Zealand’s work to construct warm, dry and energy-efficient sustainable housing has been acknowledged by the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC).
The annual value of building consents for new homes has reached $10 billion for the first time, Statistics New Zealand said today.
Councils can now submit indicative proposals for the Government’s $1 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says.
Auckland’s iconic suburb of Mount Eden is poised for a major face lift with the rise of high quality residential apartments, improved public transport and an influx of new retail and commercial outlets.