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Josephine Kinsella, Managing Director of LJ Hooker and Harveys Group, sat down with recently to share what buyers and sellers should expect in the coming months.
The Coronavirus is spreading across the world and the human cost is significant, with cases now appearing outside of China in the UK, the US – more than 25 countries in total at the time of writing.
Children and pets can become quite upset when moving house.
Are you ready to take the next step in your relationship and buy your first home as a couple?
To enjoy summer, we have to combat the high temperatures and the sun that’s heating our homes. Here are some easy tips from our Summer Checklist.
Counting down the days until your holidays start? There's more to just packing your bags and hitting the road before the r 'n r commences.
Santa and his eight tiny reindeer will be on their way to your house soon, so it is imperative you take a few necessary precautions to protect your home and furniture.
One of the most common ways people buy a property in New Zealand is by Private Treaty – this is when a property is listed for sale with an asking price and potential buyers make offers in writing to the real estate agent who will then presents it to the vendor for consideration.
A private treaty sale occurs when a property is listed for sale with an asking price, the buyer makes an offer to the agent, who then presents the offer to the seller, who can then decide whether or not to accept the offer. Typically negotiations go back and forth between the buyer and seller until an agreed price is reached.
At the end of the day, location can make or break a house. Location isn’t just what street the property is on, but also what suburb, in what part of the country. 


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