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  • Supporting sport for the vision impaired

    As a partially sighted or blind young person, it’s an incredible feeling to be able to take on a sighted opponent in sport and win. That’s the feeling Cassie, 21, had after well and truly defeating both Harcourts CEO Hayden Duncan and Harcourts Manur ...

  • Property Focus (September 2014)

    In September’s Property Focus: How much is your property worth? Support disabled Kiwi kids by attending the Halberg Sport for Life Dinner Harcourts is New Zealand’s Most Trusted Real Estate Brand Read more…

  • A helping hand for the CAB Hibiscus Coast

    It’s the first place some turn when they are faced with a question they just can’t answer or a problem they can’t solve. The Citizens Advice Bureau Hibiscus Coast receives upwards of 660 enquiries each month from local people needing some kind of ...

  • Helping to keep the Hibiscus Coast safe

    They are the eyes and ears of the police, patrolling the streets of the Hibiscus Coast to report trouble before it escalates. The Hibiscus Coast Community Patrol have been in existence since 2006, with regular patrols on Fridays and Saturdays carrie ...

  • NAI MarketLeader (September 2014)

    In this month’s MarketLeader: NAI Harcourts scoops accolades at REINZ awards Australian expansion Recent sales Secure your place in Key Assets READ MORE…

  • National MarketWatch (September 2014)

    The property market has taken a pause around the country as people wait for the end of winter and the outcome of the election. This is always the case around election time, with a drop off in listings and sales expected. Nationally the average house ...

  • Northern Region MarketWatch (September 2014)

    The upcoming election is taking its toll on listings and sales, with the figures for August showing a decline in both. This is a pattern that regularly occurs in election year, with people holding back from making decisions around buying and selling ...

  • $1.3m rebuild rectifies quake damage on historic site

    A $1.3 million rebuild and refurbishment has been completed on historical Beckenham buildings damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes. Harcourts Grenadier Beckenham occupies a unique collection of buildings on the corner of Tennyson and Colombo Streets ...

  • Christchurch Metro MarketWatch (September 2014)

    Sales are down by 22.7% indicating a hesitancy that has been creeping into the market. Buyers are displaying caution when it comes to making a purchase, and are not prepared to pay more than what they think is fair market value. This is requiring ...

  • Property Management Focus (New Zealand, September 2014)

    In this month’s Property Management Focus: Spring maintenance tips for your rental What’s happening in the property market Rental snapshot from around the country What your property manager can take care of for you READ MORE…