Statistics New Zealand this week released updated projections of population growth for NZ regions and local authority areas out to 2043. Almost all areas have seen improvements on the back of higher net immigration flows, but still there are 17 areas where population decline is projected. We republish their tables so people looking at the regions and perhaps investing outside the main centres can have realistic views on how much future demand for housing there may be. 23-02-2017 more >>
In a speech to Massey University and the Auckland Chamber of Commerce, Steven Joyce says at a time when many parts of the world face significant political and economic risks, the outlook for New Zealand is positive. Businesses are investing, job growth is solid and wages are rising faster than inflation. 16-02-2017 more >>
In 2016 the annual bus trip was postponed.
This was largely due to our agents selling homes so fast, that there was nothing to view!
WoW what a great problem for them to have !
We now have a solution and our bus tour is on the agenda as the FIRST MEMBERS MEETING OF 2017 11-02-2017 more >>
An advocacy group Renters United is worried the TINZ tenant checking system could be abused. TINZ allows landlords to rate tenants at the end of their tenancy and see how other landlords have rated applicants. 04-02-2017 more >>
â€œRecent CoreLogic data shows that flipping or rapid on-selling of houses is not as common as people may believeâ€ says Andrew King, Executive Officer of the NZ Property Investorsâ€™ Federation 03-02-2017 more >>