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Archive: December 2007

Residential values slow enough to stay stable

Residential property values have slowed just gradually enough this year to avoid eroding values the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) says.
30-12-2007 more >>

Can't afford to buy in Ak? Look south

One of NZ's property hot spots is one of its coldest, with one expert predicting big things for Invercargill next year.
24-12-2007 more >>

President of NZPIF to address Commerce Select Commiitte in Feb 2008

Legislation affecting property investors has either been introduced to the house this month or will be early next year.
21-12-2007 more >>

Rates higher for longer

Given that the Reserve Bank held the Official Cash Rate (OCR) at 8.25% following its final rate review of the year last week, it is not surprising that there have been few movements in home loan rates since then.
14-12-2007 more >>

Present is only the past repeating itself

Cliff Seque, President of the Otago Property Investors' Association, looks at the trends in the property market.
12-12-2007 more >>

QV statistics confirm slowing property market

QV's October statistics released today report growth in national property values of 12.7% over the past year.
11-12-2007 more >>

3000 first home buyers take up Welcome Home Loans

The government's major initiative to help first-time buyers, Welcome Home Loans, into their own home has reached 3000 loans.
10-12-2007 more >>

Landlords react to compulsory insulation

Responding to the Government's energy efficient plans announced yesterday, the NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) President Martin Evans said the Federation was opposed to any measures to make its members compulsorily insulate their homes.
10-12-2007 more >>

Cooling house prices

James Weir reports in the Dominion Post today that house prices are likely to increase by just 5 percent this year.
04-12-2007 more >>

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