TradeMe: Property supply reaches new record

The number of properties for sale reached a record high in several regions in March, while reports of a potential market price correction saw an increase... Read More

WW2 airforce couple‘s Pahoia farm on the market

  One of the final remaining beachfront sections in what was once a sprawling family-owned farm overlooking a magnificent stretch of inner-harbour... Read More

Developers cutting asking prices as market slows

Property developers are cutting their asking prices by tens of thousands of dollars as they try to entice buyers amid a slowing market. They are struggling... Read More

New life for iconic building

What was once the Bay’s Mills Reef Winery building has opened its doors to a new lease of life as The Vines Bethlehem clubhouse. Work on converting... Read More

Secret council housing proposal revealed

A secret council proposal to turn 10 Rotorua reserves into housing has been revealed in documents obtained by Local Democracy Reporting. The documents... Read More

Dovi: severe wind damage impact studied

On the weekend of February 13, ex-tropical Cyclone Dovi swept across New Zealand from west to east, leaving a wake of severe damage Most of the damage... Read More

Tauranga house values flatline

Tauranga’s rate of home value growth has flat-lined over the last two months, increasing by just 0.2 per cent in February and 0.8 per cent in March. However,... Read More

Thousands leave Auckland amid Covid

The tide of people moving out of Auckland for greener pastures in other parts of the country has increased during the pandemic. Official figures show... Read More

House price growth lowest in 19 months - Corelogic

The slowdown in the housing market is becoming more pronounced, with prices going backwards in some places. A cocktail of higher interest rates, stricter... Read More

Tsunami hazard - knowing the risk and preparing

Cheyenne Christensen-Field, a researcher at Massey University’s Joint Centre for Disaster Research, found that knowing your tsunami risk doesn’t... Read More

Police investigate incident in Te Puke

Police are investigating an incident where a man is reported to have entered a Te Puke home, allgedly threatening the occupants with a knife. A police... Read More

What the Govt‘s reversal on CCCFA means for buyers

First home buyers can breathe a sigh of relief, says Trademe's property team The news came last week that the Commercial and Consumer Affairs Minister,... Read More

New housing planning rules coming for Tauranga

New planning rules with the aim of enabling housing supply options are coming for Tauranga soon. Tauranga is growing, and like all major cities, the... Read More

Building a house for those who need it

Building a home to house 14 people aged 65-plus who might not otherwise have the means to secure quality accommodation in their older years is what motivates... Read More

Minister: Anti-social behaviour no ‘excuse’

Housing Minister Megan Woods says anti-social behaviour issues on Rotorua’s Tania Cr “cannot and will not be an excuse” not to expand... Read More