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  • Northern Region MarketWatch (April 2014)

    Residential data from New Zealand’s largest real estate group Harcourts shows there is still massive pressure on the housing market in Auckland and Northland, with the average sales price now sitting at a record high of $697,454. This is up 12% on ...

  • Prosperity in the Eastern Bay

    The provincial real estate market is on the upturn after experiencing a sluggish few years, says the new owner of Harcourts Whakatane Glenn Austin. Mr Austin, who already owns Harcourts Rotorua and also recently purchased Harcourts Kawerau, says ...

  • Harcourts Otahuhu opens its doors

    Otahuhu is the last undervalued suburb in central Auckland where it is still possible to get a family home for $300,000. Owner of the new Harcourts Otahuhu office Preet Grewal says although he already has an office in Manukau City, he wanted to ...

  • Christchurch Metro Market Watch (April 2014)

    For the first time in history the average selling price for a residential property in Christchurch is over half a million dollars, sitting at $507,681. This is up 19% on the same time last year and has jumped by 2.7% from February’s high.   ...

  • $1 million invested in new jobs

    New Zealand’s largest real estate group Harcourts is today investing more than $1 million into the creation of new jobs, with the launch of its third intake into the New Zealand Real Estate Scholarship Programme™. The programme is part of Harcourts’ ...

  • Property Management Focus (New Zealand, April 2014)

    In the April issue of Property Management Focus: Making savvy rental property investments What’s happening in the rental market Tax rules for rental properties Read more…

  • Key Assets’ sales in Hamilton and Auckland

    The first round of investments featured in NAI Harcourts’ Key Assets magazine have been auctioned and the results reveal the trends in yields being achieved in Auckland and Hamilton. In Auckland three investments in Ponsonby Road’s Three Lamps area ...

  • Supporting Riding for the Disabled

                    Watching Katie Archer riding Mojo is an emotional experience. The little girl is helped onto the horse by three Riding for the Disabled volunteers. Five-year-old Katie no longer has full contro ...

  • Property Focus (New Zealand, March 2014)

    In this issue of Property Focus: How should you list your property for sale? Will the OCR increase affect the property market? What’s the market like throughout the country? READ MORE…

  • National MarketWatch (New Zealand, March 2014)

    Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler has today increased the OCR to 2.75%, saying rising interest rates will have a moderating influence on the housing market. However, he concedes the increase in net immigration will remain an offsetting influence. ...