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There are a number of things you need to do before settlement day to make sure everything runs smoothly.
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Westpac report says the good times in the residential property market will "end very soon"
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LJ Hooker manages over 130,000 investment properties totaling $75 billion across New Zealand and Australia.
Moving into commercial property is an increasingly attractive option for many investors, so here’s the lowdown from some who have already taken the plunge.
Average asking prices in regional markets might be hitting new highs but new data suggests buyer demand is cooling nationwide.
Buying a property can be a daunting prospect, especially if this is your first home purchase.
It wasn’t so long ago that we were all returning to work following the Christmas and New Year breaks, having lapped up the rays of a brilliant summer. That’s why it sounds unbelievable to be contemplating the return of winter next month.
With summer now a distant memory, we’re no longer reaching for the air conditioning remote control to offer reprieve from the heat.