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homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – January 2019

Monthly Property Update

An up-to-date outlook on house values in the country.

In focus this month:

1. Property value in school zones around New Zealand  – If schooling is an essential factor for you in choosing the right property, then we have done the math for you.

2. Trends in our main cities as compared to last year – While Auckland saw a decrease in property values, other NZ cities grew moderately. See how our main cities faired.

3. First Home Buyer HomesEstimate – Your homes.co.nz’s estimate of what a typical first home may cost.

For a detailed report, please click the link below.

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – Jan 2019

 

 

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – December 2018

Monthly Property Update

An up-to-date outlook on house values in the country.

In focus this month:

1. Buying or renting your holiday home – Whether you are looking to buy a holiday home or Airbnb your house, we have done the calculations for you.

2. Trends in our main cities – Property prices in Wellington and Dunedin continue to grow with the median HomesEstimates.

3. First Home Buyer HomesEstimate – With Reserve Bank loosening loan-to-value restrictions from 1st of January 2019, it may now be easier for first home buyers to buy a house in Auckland.

For a detailed report, please click the link below

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – Dec 2018

Monthly Property Update – November 2018

Monthly Property Update

An up-to-date outlook on house values around New Zealand.

In-focus this month:

1) Are you a first home buyer?
According to our First HomesEstimate, property prices in Auckland and Queenstown are still increasing.

2) Looking at investing in high-end property in Auckland?
Prices of high-end properties are growing faster than any other segment of the market in Auckland. Suburbs like Grey Lynn, Glendowie & Westmere have seen growth.

3) Wellingtonians, do you know your updated CV?
The residential house prices jumped up an average of 44.6% over the last three years with affordable suburbs, such as Newlands and Tawa experiencing the biggest increases.

For a detailed report, please click the link below

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update - Nov 2018