Putting your house up for sale can be stressful. More so if you believe it’s a buyers market. A buyers market results in properties taking a bit longer to sell. Of course exactly how long a property takes to sell is not known. Statistics can give a reasonable indication of the number of days to […]
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Auckland’s median house price has gone from $500,000 to $637,000 – that’s not a bad capital gain in just two years and of course many areas of Auckland are far exceeding that. I wonder what other asset class would return such healthy capital gains in New Zealand?
With the recent news Green Door Real Estate has opened on the North Shore it’s timely to reflect on why this Real Estate group is doing so well. Green Door Real Estate essentially fills a gap in the market with its two pronged property marketing strategy. The two strategies are private sale and low agency
The Unitary Plan for Auckland was to introduce some radical changes to land size for residential development. Auckland as we know is New Zealand’s largest and fastest growing economy. The population is set to continue to grow strongly with an expected million more people in 30 years from now.
Green Door Real Estate’s founders/owners Gary and Dee Le Petite have set up their low cost agency service on Auckland’s North Shore.
With agents already serving the South Auckland, Whangarei, Nelson and Marlborough regions, Gary and Dee Le Petit, founders of Green Door’s unique dual ‘We Sell/You Sell’ real estate service, have now introduced Green Door’s unique range of high-value, low-cost options to vendors selling their property on Auckland’s North Shore.
It wasn’t that long ago we were encouraged to start Kiwisaver accounts for our young children. The thought at the time was it could be used by our child to assist in securing a first home. Now it seems parents are realising the kiwi saver account is not enough.
The Reserve Bank’s pressure on NZ banks to restrict LVR to 20% lending for first-time borrowers has done little other than to prevent those would-be first-time buyers from owning their own homes.
The RBNZ loan to value ratio (LVR) restrictions are under pressure from Builders and rightly so. The RBNZ restrictions require home buyers have twenty percent deposit and this restriction has cooled the first home buyers market. The national average value for a home is just under $400,000 therefore properties valued at this amount require home […]
The latest report out by Quotable Value confirms the New Zealand property market continues to perform well for vendors selling their homes in some areas but not all. The average property value has gone up by 8.9 percent. Sounds good doesn’t it – however there’s a catch – the growth in average property value
New Zealanders love owning their own home and the good news is housing affordability improved in August 2103. A news item on NZHerald quotes a study by Massey University. In its latest Home Affordability Report, Massey University’s real estate analysis unit found the “all districts national affordability index” improved by 1.47 per cent
Selling Options for New Zealand Property are vast and there are many decisions to make when thinking about selling your home or investment property. Do you sell by Auction or Private Treaty? Talking to Green Door is a smart move because they offer vendors the best of both worlds with either a full agency service […]