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When budgeting or saving for your first property purchase, be sure to consider all costs associated with buying a property.
When it comes to deciding on the best home loan for your lifestyle and finances, one of the most important considerations is your choice of interest rate option.
Yields are low, prices are peaking. Is it a good time to buy?
Auckland District Law Society is calling for new regulations to ensure that local authorities take a more consistent approach on properties suspected to be labs.
Have you checked your sum insured?
Auctions are one of the most common ways of buying a house, so it’s worthwhile figuring out exactly what kind of strategy you’re going to take into the process, and getting to know some of the other strategies your competitors are likely to try.
Many home owners are finding auctions a great method of selling, as this sales method motivates buyers to make a decision to purchase in a set time frame and potentially achieve a premium result.
With the election behind us real estate is full steam ahead. Obviously with no capital gains tax investors will be confident and proactive.
Home affordability across New Zealand has deteriorated by 7.6 per cent over the past year, according to Massey University’s Real Estate Analysis Unit.