The latest monthly QV Residential Price Movement Index shows that nationwide residential property values for April have increased 8.3% over the past year and 2.6% over the past three months. This means they are now 22.4% above the previous market peak of late 2007.
The New Zealand property market in April continued the trend of the last four consecutive months with yet another increase in average asking price, creating a new record of $521,729, an increase of 1.4% on the previous month.
Campbell Live last night showcased Bob Burnett Architecture’s 9 Star Homestar rated houses at Church Square, Christchurch.
New building consent figures released today by Statistics New Zealand confirm the strong progress being made in increasing housing supply, particularly in Auckland and Christchurch, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says.
The number of new dwellings consented was 14 percent higher in March 2015 than in March 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today. This was the highest number of new dwellings consented in a March month since 2006.
Surging house prices in Auckland and Queenstown last month pushed home ownership even further beyond the reach of first home buyers in the two districts, according to the AMP360 Home Loan Affordability Report for March.
"Bond Centre figures show that the median rental price for New Zealand in March was $380 per week for March 2015, less than the $420 per week figure reported by Trade Me," says Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investors’ Federation (NZPIF).
A new tenancy services website designed to be a one-stop shop for all tenancy-related advice, information and education has been launched today by Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith.
The latest Massey University Home Affordability Report underlines New Zealand’s "two-track housing experience", says its author Professor Paul Gallimore from Massey’s School of Economics and Finance.
New Zealanders could see hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of residential developments above shopping centres in the next 10-20 years, according to property, design and research company RCG.
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