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Investors Seek Better Returns

The clamp down on investor borrowing has landlords diverting their attention from purchases to seeking better returns from their existing property portfolios. Trade Me Rental Price Index confirms recent increases in weekly rent; particularly in Wellington, which is up 7.7 percent for the year to October 2016.

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Property Investor Jitters Of Different Kind

Property Investors have had a lot on their minds recently and now many of them have jitters of a different kind. Mother nature in all her fury.
It’s been a full on year for property investors. First challenge was the introduction of LVR restrictions and the Government’s two year capital gains rule.

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The 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards announced

The 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards were announced at an event in Wellington on Friday 11 November.

Twenty-eight buildings and structures have won honours in the leading architectural awards programme, which recognises the best work across all the types of projects designed by New Zealand’s architects.

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Should We React To Property Price Predictions?

Predicting what the property market will do in the future has been the obsession of many property experts, commentators and investors for years. Right now their forecasts are so diverse we’re left with more questions than answers and this is causing more uncertainty especially among home buyers and property investors.

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Is Further Action To Curb Investors Required?

Increases in property sales prices have flatlined and property types preferred by investors are taking the biggest hit. Trade Me Sales Price Index reports sales prices are down for units and apartments while large homes of five beds or more are very strong particularly in Wellington. Does the RBNZ or Government need to take further action to curb property investors appetite?

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How Will The Current Boom End?

Property Investors like to be forewarned so they can be forearmed when the property market moves into the ‘slump phase of the property cycle. The property cycle has a few phases – three most notable for change are: Boom, Slump, Recovery.

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Focus On Existing Landlords

Property investors are buying fewer properties therefore there is less new rental stock in the market. While this will be pleasing the orchestrators of the recent LVR rule changes competition among property managers is now much tighter.

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Property Expert On Investing In Auckland

Property investors are part of the solution of making Auckland great again and their opportunities to invest locally are alive and well. However right now it’s only the Investors who have adapted well to the revised LVR restrictions who are active locally in Auckland.

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Invest In Property Like A Pro

Property investors say it’s always a good time to invest in property. Property values rise and fall and buying conditions change. However property investors continue to do well in any market when they focus on the core investing fundamentals. Property investor mentors from PropertyTutors say their investor clients are risk averse and only invest in properties with strong numbers (yield & equity).

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Tenants Let Off With 4.8% Increase

Weekly rents rose just 4.8 percent in the twelve months to July 2016 according to Trade Me Rent Price Index. Tenants will be relieved Landlords are being realistic and not keen on hiking rents arbitrarily. Property sales have slowed and the average asking price has dropped significantly up ten percent since July 2015.

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Invest In Taranaki?

Property asking prices continue to drop in Taranaki. The downturn of their primary industries (oil, gas and diary) has made home buyers wary. The rest of the country has enjoyed months of capital gains except for Taranaki which has continued on a steady decline since August 2015 according to Trade Me Sales Price Index.

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