Landlords around New Zealand are losing thousands of dollars in tenancy debt but new statistics illustrate that the losses aren’t as significant as they were four years ago and things are only going to get better.
Auckland and other low-seismic-risk areas must be exempted from strict new building strength regulations, says ACT Leader David Seymour, who plans to vote against the Building (Earthquake-prone buildings) Amendment Bill at second reading tonight.
The Government must rewrite and strengthen its Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill so that it will actually keep Kiwi children warm, safe and dry in the homes they live in, the Green Party said today.
Growing incomes, coupled with stabilising rents and house prices, are helping improve housing affordability in Christchurch.
Property Council is appalled with Auckland councillors who have withdrawn their support to rezone Auckland suburbs with the capacity for more housing and apartments.
The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ), the most up-to-date source of nationwide real estate data in New Zealand, announced today that there were 5,048 dwelling sales in January 2016, up 4.3% on January 2015.
The ability to buy a home in sought-after Hobsonville Point just got easier with news today an Auckland Council-owned site will be part of a new Special Housing Area.
What if your bathroom and kitchen came to your building site in one-piece like a giant piece of Lego? That’s exactly what the UniPod is all about.
If you’re thinking of building a new home and want to avoid large power bills or you’re in an existing home and need to manage your power bill, a free presentation can give you some great tips on how to do this.
An unrecognized household type, the multi-generational household (MGH), where more than one generation of related adults live together, has been rising sharply in New Zealand.