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The average asking price of a typical Bay of Plenty property has risen $101,250 in the past 12 months to land at $533,600 in May and surpassing Auckland's lift of $95,100, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index. Head of Trade Me Property...

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The regeneration of Tauranga's central business district continues to gather momentum – with the new six storey commercial and retail complex, on the corner of Cameron Road and Third Avenue now taking shape. Construction work is up to the...

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The New Zealand rental market kicked back into gear in April as the median weekly asking rent increased by $10, according to the latest Trade Me Property Rental Index. Head of Trade Me Property Nigel Jeffries says the median weekly rent hit $440 in April. People...

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House prices in the Bay of Plenty continue to rise, according to the latest report released by Real Estate Institute of New Zealand. The latest real estate figures show New Zealand's national median house price has reached a new record high, passing...

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The winners of the home renovation show Our First Home have got their first home, for real this time and it's in Tauranga. But it seems even taking out the competition with a profit of $99,000, as well as $100,000 in prize money,...

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The New Zealand property for sale market looks set for a warm winter, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index. In April, average asking prices climbed to a record high of $585,000, rising 2.1 per cent since last month, and up 8.4 per cent...

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The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows home values in Tauranga are still showing a strong upward trend. QV House Price Index show Tauranga home values have risen 4.9 per cent over the past three months and 23.1 per cent year on year. The average...

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The average asking price for a New Zealand house hit an all-time high with stock at an all-time low for May 2016, in a market which is heavily favouring sellers. Real-time market statistics released by Realestate.co.nz show the May national average asking...

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Western Bay of Plenty has become one of the most unaffordable places to live, second only to Auckland. Tauranga's increasing popularity making it a 'victim of its own success'. The stretched rental market is now hitting full time workers...

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For the first time, the Government will pay for about 240 emergency housing places in the Bay of Plenty over the next four years. The initiative will see about 3000 emergency housing places throughout the country each year for the next four years. However,...

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