22nd July 2021
A home overlooking former No.1-ranked Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko’s favourite New Zealand fairway has been placed on the market for sale.
5th July 2021
Bayleys managing director Mike Bayley says cooler weather has changed pace for our national property market following the frenzied heights of summer activity, however, market metrics show low inventory numbers are reflecting persistent high demand.
Targeted policy spanning tenancy reforms, tax changes and tightening credit conditions are aimed at property investors, but is it possible to segment such a hot housing market, and what does it mean for the rest of us?
Where sky-high property prices have captured the attention of Kiwis, the Government and regulators, recent intervention is set to bring change. Bayleys National Director – Residential, Johnny Sinclair explains what’s next for our housing market.
With a population feeling the effects of historical growing pains and a critical undersupply of the houses to accommodate them, Bayleys asks independent economist Cameron Bagrie for his thoughts on the supply-demand story.
A summary of some of the recent developments shaping New Zealand’s housing market over the last month.
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