Property Development

Multiple property owners – investors – remained the key ‘movers and shakers’ prior to dramatic lockdown in NZ and not a lot has changed. Kelvin Davidson has the figures to prove it.  ...

Business closures, a rapidly rising unemployment level and a plummeting share market have been the immediate major impacts of the unprecedented government measures put in place in March to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The property market will not escape either according to Josh...

Agents have noticed a dynamic shift between agents and their clients, as they transact properties in the current climate according to McGrath CEO Geoff Lucas....

Don't miss out our highlights on Real Estate Talk this week. Agents behaving differently The good and bad of Government measures Making the most of ‘work at home’ Investors still active in NZ From classroom to strategy teacher #RealEstateTalk #RealEstateTalkPlus #Coronavirus #WorkFromHome #ActiveInvestor #NewZealand #Mentor...

National residential property listings increased in March but properties that have been on the market for between 30 to 60 days surged by 74%, suggesting sales activity is slowing offering buyers more choices.  Louis Christopher has crunched the numbers.  ...

4.2 million working Australians were living hand to mouth well before the coronavirus crisis. Now, with potentially millions without savings and facing unemployment in the wake of the shutdowns, will the Government’s cash handouts get struggling Aussies through the crisis?  Helen Baker from Money has some sound advice...

This week Herron Todd White launched their ‘Contactless Inspection Tool’ allowing valuers to work more remotely but there are questions about its accuracy. Drew Hendrey believes that have that covered.  ...

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