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Chch quantity surveyor warns homeowners to beware

"Make sure you get your house correctly valued." That from a Christchurch Quantity Surveyor who says repeated warnings around House Sum Insured valuations, are not being heeded by homeowners.

Drop in number of new property listings - Harcourts

Provisional housing market update August 2014, Auckland and Northland.

Dwelling consents trend rising

The trend for the number of new dwellings consented is at its highest level since August 2007, Statistics New Zealand said today.

New Ford Territory in NZ in early 2015

The freshened Territory will arrive in New Zealand in early 2015 with a more modern look with the space and functionality that helped it spur Australia and New Zealand’s SUV trend that continues today.

Selwyn building boom continues

Selwyn district continues to figure strongly in Canterbury’s rebuild and economic growth.

Chch announcement a leap forward - Property Council

Property Council supports the Government’s new measures to aid the Christchurch rebuild. Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced 1,100 government staff across 13 agencies will move back into the Christchurch CBD by 2016.

QV figures show two-track housing market - Twyford

The two-track housing market that has developed under National is underlined in QV’s latest report, Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford says.

Housing figures National's shame - Green Party

The number of Auckland households in urgent and serious need of housing has increased tenfold since March 2012, Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei said today.

Property values still rising in Auckland but mixed elsewhere

Property values still rising in Auckland while nationwide picture is mixed The latest monthly QV Residential Price Movement Index shows that nationwide residential property values for June have increased 8.0% over the past year, and 2.1% over the past three months.

No winners in National's housing crisis - Twyford

There are no winners in news today that housing affordability has deteriorated again, says Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.