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  • Market Comment – May 2019

    Leading net returns & no Capital Gains Tax spark ‘revival’ in AKL’s investment market – rwcityapartments.co.nz There’s been a noticeable lift in buyer activity for Auckland’s property market with April’s listing and sales numbers up on March. Although buyers are still biding their time, a steady mix are coming through … Read more

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  • The Apartment Collective – Auckland

    Ray White City Apartments is bringing The Apartment Collective to Auckland this June. The apartment collective is a high-profile event and will attract a range of active apartment buyers in one location, allowing you to put your property in front of the right buyers, in a high energy atmosphere … Read more

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  • Market Comment – April 2019

    Despite sales slowdown, steady demand bubbles under surface Let’s not beat around the bush: the current market is somewhat unpredictable, and properties are taking longer to sell. But despite a slight drop off in the number of apartments sold per month throughout the inner city, a steady demand still bubbles … Read more

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  • Market Comment – March 2019

    All eyes on negotiations as buyer market bounces back With the kids back to school and 2019 well and truly underway, the current market has certainly swung in favour of buyers – and savvy buyers they are indeed. With an increase of property choice available, buyers are more active than … Read more

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  • A CLOSER LOOK AT THE FACTS AROUND LABOUR’S KIWIBUILD PROGRAMME

    Auckland needs 13,000 new homes a year to keep up with growing demand, according to the Labour Government’s own statistics. KiwiBuild is the proposed solution, a policy that aims to build 100,000 affordable homes over the next ten years. This programme certainly holds promise, but is it enough to solve … Read more

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  • MARKET COMMENT – FEBRUARY 2019

    ‘New Year new listings’ tradition activates lively rental and sales market – rwcityapartments Throughout the festive break, we experienced a steady flow of buyer activity with consistent numbers at open homes and plenty of enquiries. This momentum has continued throughout January, which is a positive sign as 2019 gets underway. … Read more

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  • 5 COFFEE TABLE STYLES TO MAXIMISE A SMALL SPACE

    By Samantha van Egmond in association with Thinking beyond the traditional timber rectangle can pay off in spades when it comes to finding the coffee table best suited to a small living room. If you have a tight space – or a tight budget – these five options will work … Read more

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  • HOW IMPORTANT IS KERB APPEAL?

    In some of the most popular areas of the country, even the slightest factor could make a difference to buyers when they go in search of houses for sale. This is where kerb appeal really counts – it’s ultimately what will attract a buyer and encourage them to take a … Read more

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  • FAQ: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SELLING THROUGH AUCTION?

    Property can be a complex business. Buying, selling, renting, mortgages and repayments- it can be difficult to get started in the housing world. We’re hoping we can take some of the pressure off and clarify the world of property by answering some of the most common questions about putting homes … Read more

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  • Market Comment – December 2018

    Buoyant market: a great time to buy, a great time to sell Despite a short-lived softening in the number of sales over recent weeks, more sellers are making the decision to go to market and capitalise during this traditionally busy real estate period. This is driving buyer enquiries and lifting … Read more

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