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The New Zealand Herald
Real homes, make-believe furnitureGiving houses the ‘lived-in’ look digitally cheaper than staging. Real Estate
Real homes, make-believe furniture
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
Giving houses the ‘lived-in’ look digitally cheaper than staging. Real Estate photography company Propertypics charges $120 for three rooms to be virtually staged or $200 for six and say they’re having their busiest winter ever. Photo /... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
First signs of shift from dairySome Northland farmers are reported to be considering selling dairy cattle Som
First signs of shift from dairy
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Some Northland farmers are reported to be considering selling dairy cattle Some Northland farmers are switching from dairy to beef in response to the economic situation, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ). The move was... Read more
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News.com.au
Local buyers beatenSydney investor secures South Morang home An investor from Sydney beat stiff l
Local buyers beaten
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Sydney investor secures South Morang home An investor from Sydney beat stiff local competition to buy 1 Alexis Close, South Morang, after viewing it on FaceTime.Source: Supplied A SYDNEY investor beat off stiff competition from local buyers to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
PROPERTY CRASH: Ex-cons' house to devalue enormous areaProperty is set to devalue significantly in a wide area of East Dubbo as the St
PROPERTY CRASH: Ex-cons' house to devalue enormous area
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
Property is set to devalue significantly in a wide area of East Dubbo as the State Government pushes ahead with a halfway house to resettle prisoners Property is set to devalue significantly in a wide area of East Dubbo as the State Government... Read more
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The Border Mail
Commercial agency in NSW finalsALBURY’S LJ Colquhoun Dixon Commercial Real Estate has reached the finals of a
Commercial agency in NSW finals
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
ALBURY’S LJ Colquhoun Dixon Commercial Real Estate has reached the finals of a state award the first time it decided to enter. The company is one of five finalists in the commercial agency - small section in the Real Estate Institute of NSW annual... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Reform tipped to boost real estate skills and revenues One state institute has welcomed the creation of a new government department
Reform tipped to boost real estate skills and revenues
Real Estate Business / Posted 2 days ago
One state institute has welcomed the creation of a new government department that will target compliance and training. NSW Fair Trading has been given a dedicated real estate division that will... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tuesday, August 25, 2015Your morning news wrap - what's happening in the Bathurst region today. On her
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
Your morning news wrap - what's happening in the Bathurst region today. On her way to work last week, Tabby Fuller couldn't help but stop to taken a photo of the sun brightening the scenery. If you have a photo you'd like to share, send it to... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Local professionals ‘taking advantage of’ foreign buyers Crooked intermediaries have been called out for initiating breaches of rules
Local professionals ‘taking advantage of’ foreign buyers
Real Estate Business / Posted 3 days ago
Crooked intermediaries have been called out for initiating breaches of rules regarding foreign investment in Australian real estate. Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) president Malcolm... Read more
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Daily Liberal
MARKET STRONG: Median house and unit prices remain healthyDubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with media
MARKET STRONG: Median house and unit prices remain healthy
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
Dubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with median prices for a house at $320,000 and the median price for a unit at $250,000. Dubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with median prices for... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Market strong: Median house and unit prices remain healthyDubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with media
Market strong: Median house and unit prices remain healthy
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
Dubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with median prices for a house at $320,000 and the median price for a unit at $250,000. Dubbo's real estate market finished the last financial year strongly with median prices for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Blockbuster year for rural propertiesRoss Stanway, chief executive of Eves and Bayleys Real Estate. Lifestyle prope
Blockbuster year for rural properties
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Ross Stanway, chief executive of Eves and Bayleys Real Estate. Lifestyle property prices have soared and sales in Tauranga have already exceeded the number sold in 2014 with the Western Bay expected to blitz its tally over the coming... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Creative financing tactics in HamiltonLodge Real Estate’s managing director Jeremy O’Rourke, says Hamilton home buyer
Creative financing tactics in Hamilton
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 7 days ago
Lodge Real Estate’s managing director Jeremy O’Rourke, says Hamilton home buyers are getting creative with their finance to compete and win in the burgeoning property market. “Fierce buyer competition in Hamilton and rising residential property... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Are we getting good value from our rates?OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rat
Are we getting good value from our rates?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rates notice envelope this week, and the results have been pretty damming. I'm sure that readers of this publication will have plenty to say on the issue this week and I... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Are we getting good value from our rates?OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rat
Are we getting good value from our rates?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rates notice envelope this week, and the results have been pretty damming. I'm sure that readers of this publication will have plenty to say on the issue this week and I... Read more
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News Mail
Are we getting good value from our rates?OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rat
Are we getting good value from our rates?
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
OPINION: Our local property owners had the unpleasant task of opening their rates notice envelope this week, and the results have been pretty damming. I'm sure that readers of this publication will have plenty to say on the issue this week and I... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Real estate world unites to write ethics code An international coalition that includes Australia has taken the first step t
Real estate world unites to write ethics code
Real Estate Business / Posted 8 days ago
An international coalition that includes Australia has taken the first step towards creating global ethics standards for real estate. The International Ethics Standards Coalition has now announced the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Record sales of propertyProperty sales in the Wakatipu Basin hit an eight-year high last month. The 10
Record sales of property
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
Property sales in the Wakatipu Basin hit an eight-year high last month. The 103 sales were a record for a winter month and the highest monthly figure since April 2007. It was boosted by 36 section sales: twice as many as in June and more than three... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
CSIRO flags potential sale of Ginninderra research site The CSIRO has flagged the potential sale of its Ginninderra field station as
CSIRO flags potential sale of Ginninderra research site
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
The CSIRO has flagged the potential sale of its Ginninderra field station as it looks for ways to better utilise the land. It said the site was currently underutilised and it had requested... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland GDP rising 3.7pc annuallyAucklanders' real average wage now stands at $1166/week, ahead of the rest of N
Auckland GDP rising 3.7pc annually
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Aucklanders' real average wage now stands at $1166/week, ahead of the rest of New Zealand's $1084/week. Photo / Brett Phibbs More Aucklanders are working and they are earning more than people elsewhere, with the city in the midst of a significant... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
Gisborne not on the Auckland radar yetAUCKLAND house buyers continue to purchase houses in Waikato and Bay of Plenty
Gisborne not on the Auckland radar yet
Gisborne Herald / Posted 9 days ago
AUCKLAND house buyers continue to purchase houses in Waikato and Bay of Plenty but are showing less interest in Gisborne The July report from Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) shows the median price for a Gisborne house in July, when 38... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Dairy farm prices falling - REINZDairy farm prices are dropping, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Z
Dairy farm prices falling - REINZ
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
Dairy farm prices are dropping, according to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand. The institute's Dairy Farm Price Index fell by 13% the three months to July compared to the three months to June. Against July last year, the index fell by... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Farm prices hold steady despite low dairy payout; little sign of distressed salesFarm prices have been holding relatively steady in the latest Real Estate Insti
Farm prices hold steady despite low dairy payout; little sign of distressed sales
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
Farm prices have been holding relatively steady in the latest Real Estate Institute of New Zealand rural data despite fears lower dairy prices would force down land values. There's only been a small drop in the median sales price per hectare for... Read more
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The Border Mail
Division to focus on real estateTraining standards must lift, Albury agent says IMPROVING real estate training
Division to focus on real estate
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Training standards must lift, Albury agent says IMPROVING real estate training must be a priority of a new NSW government body, according to an Albury property agent. Greg Wood, who leads the Real Estate Institute of NSW’s Albury division, said the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Home truths can be quite hard to takeLand, property, housing, real estate ... call it what you like. We all need a r
Home truths can be quite hard to take
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Land, property, housing, real estate ... call it what you like. We all need a roof over our heads and for many the dream is to make that roof their very own. Once upon a time, buying a house was a fairly routine pursuit, as long as you had been a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Midwinter house sales up by 37%Midwinter house sale numbers were up 37% across the country for July, with the
Midwinter house sales up by 37%
Otago Daily Times / Posted 14 days ago
Midwinter house sale numbers were up 37% across the country for July, with the Central Otago Lakes region booking one of the largest gains at 60%. While the national median price rose 11.8% to $465,000, Auckland prices rose 20.5% to $735,000 for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Parnell like a phoenix rises to halcyon daysParnell's key selling point is its boutique and specialist retailing appeal Pa
Parnell like a phoenix rises to halcyon days
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Parnell's key selling point is its boutique and specialist retailing appeal Parnell is rising as 'the phoenix' of Auckland's city fringe commercial and retail suburbs, says John Church, Bayleys' national director commercial real estate. "Since it... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's Mr Fluffy houses: list of asbestos-affected homesMr Fluffy asbestos has extended its reach into the most prestigious of Canberra
Canberra's Mr Fluffy houses: list of asbestos-affected homes
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
Mr Fluffy asbestos has extended its reach into the most prestigious of Canberra's streets, with five Mr Fluffy homes to be demolished in Mugga Way, and will leave parts of the city scarred. Bulldozers will roll through nine houses in Hawker Street,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
House sales rise as market heats upNapier house sales leapt 84 per cent in July compared with the same time last y
House sales rise as market heats up
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Napier house sales leapt 84 per cent in July compared with the same time last year, as the Hawke's Bay market goes on the boil. The latest figures from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) show Hastings volume rose 66 per cent. The... Read more
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PR.com
'Moving Mom & Dad' Seminar to Premier at The Chateau on Wildbriar Lake New Seminar seeks to equip, empower and educate adult children of aging paren
'Moving Mom & Dad' Seminar to Premier at The Chateau on Wildbriar Lake
PR.com / Posted 15 days ago
New Seminar seeks to equip, empower and educate adult children of aging parents. Irving, TX, August 13, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Those in the position of helping elder family members... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Dollar holds gains as markets get greater clarity on Chinese yuanThe New Zealand dollar held on to gains overnight after the People's Bank of Ch
Dollar holds gains as markets get greater clarity on Chinese yuan
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 15 days ago
The New Zealand dollar held on to gains overnight after the People's Bank of China (PBOC) gave investors more clarity on how much further it's willing to let the yuan depreciate after freeing up restrictions on trading of the currency. The kiwi... Read more
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NZCity
Auckland house prices dip but sales jumpNew Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, alth
Auckland house prices dip but sales jump
NZCity / Posted 15 days ago
New Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, although there was a pause in the rocketing upward trend for Auckland prices. Auckland's median house price fell by 2.6 per cent to $735,000, compared to June, according to... Read more
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Weekly Times
Auckland house prices dip but sales jumpNEW Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, alth
Auckland house prices dip but sales jump
Weekly Times / Posted 15 days ago
NEW Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, although there was a pause in the rocketing upward trend for Auckland prices. AUCKLAND'S median house price fell by 2.6 per cent to $NZ735,000 ($A659,607), compared to June,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Auckland house prices dip but sales jumpNEW Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, alth
Auckland house prices dip but sales jump
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
NEW Zealand house sales stepped up to an unseasonally high volume in July, although there was a pause in the rocketing upward trend for Auckland prices. AUCKLAND'S median house price fell by 2.6 per cent to $NZ735,000 ($A659,607), compared to June,... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Auckland house prices dip but sales volumes jumpNew Zealand house sales rose to an unseasonally high volume in July, although t
Auckland house prices dip but sales volumes jump
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 15 days ago
New Zealand house sales rose to an unseasonally high volume in July, although there was a pause in rocketing prices. The median house price fell by 2.6% to $735,000, compared to June, according to the latest figures from the Real Estate Institute of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland house median drops $20kThe latest REINZ figures showed the Auckland region's median price fell from $7
Auckland house median drops $20k
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
The latest REINZ figures showed the Auckland region's median price fell from $755,000 to June to $735,000 last month, down 2.65 per cent. Photo / Brett Phibbs The median Auckland house sale price dropped $20,000 last month, according to the Real... Read more
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Daily Examiner
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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Northern Star
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
Northern Star / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
6 related stories
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Toowoomba Chronicle
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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Queensland Times
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
Queensland Times / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 15 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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News Mail
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one mos
One of life's biggest questions: Rent or Buy?
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
TO rent or to buy? It's one of the biggest questions in real estate and one most people have faced at some stage in their lives. The great Australian dream has always been to own a house, pay it off and live debt-free in retirement. But in reality... Read more
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Gisborne Herald
House prices here show stark contrast with Auckland boomGISBORNE house prices have declined by 23.7 percent since the peak of the prope
House prices here show stark contrast with Auckland boom
Gisborne Herald / Posted 18 days ago
GISBORNE house prices have declined by 23.7 percent since the peak of the property boom in 2007, Quality Value New Zealand says. The average price in Gisborne at the end of July was $226, 887, down 0.5 percent from three months ago and down 1.2... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Dollar outlook: Kiwi may rise as traders await new impetus following declinesThe New Zealand dollar may advance this week as traders have already priced in
Dollar outlook: Kiwi may rise as traders await new impetus following declines
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 18 days ago
The New Zealand dollar may advance this week as traders have already priced in a weaker dairy sector and there is little new information scheduled for release to drive the currency further. The kiwi may trade between 64.80USc and 67.70USc this week,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ dollar outlook: Kiwi may rise as traders await new impetus following declinesThe New Zealand dollar has fallen 15% against the greenback so far this year, r
NZ dollar outlook: Kiwi may rise as traders await new impetus following declines
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
The New Zealand dollar has fallen 15% against the greenback so far this year, reflecting weaker economic growth, falling dairy prices, lower interest rates and a pick up in the US. Photo / NZME. The New Zealand dollar may advance this week as... Read more
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WA Today
Perth's median house price to drop below $500k: Property guru warns'Perth property sales are now at their lowest level in five years,' Property Cl
Perth's median house price to drop below $500k: Property guru warns
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
'Perth property sales are now at their lowest level in five years,' Property Club's Kevin Young said. A leading property investor says Perth's house prices will continue to fall and expects the median for the WA's capital to crash below... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Auctions generating ‘renewed interest’ from vendors Homes in one state are taking 78 per cent longer to sell by private treaty th
Auctions generating ‘renewed interest’ from vendors
Real Estate Business / Posted 18 days ago
Homes in one state are taking 78 per cent longer to sell by private treaty than by auction. Western Australia’s average days on market for private sales has reached a three-year high of 71 days,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
4000 homes get lower valuations - MarketsAuckland Ratepayers' Alliance spokeswoman Carmel Claridge suggested that the co
4000 homes get lower valuations - Markets
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Auckland Ratepayers' Alliance spokeswoman Carmel Claridge suggested that the council was not applying the valuations methodology correctly. Photo / Michael Craig About 7000 Auckland residents have successfully challenged their 2014 property... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
4000 homes get lower valuationsAuckland Ratepayers' Alliance spokeswoman Carmel Claridge suggested that the co
4000 homes get lower valuations
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Auckland Ratepayers' Alliance spokeswoman Carmel Claridge suggested that the council was not applying the valuations methodology correctly. Photo / Michael Craig About 7000 Auckland residents have successfully challenged their 2014 property... Read more
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The Courier
Moving to Ballarat: The positives and negativesLong read: More people are moving to regional areas - is it worth it? AFFORDAB
Moving to Ballarat: The positives and negatives
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
Long read: More people are moving to regional areas - is it worth it? AFFORDABLE housing, quality schooling and excellent health care continue to be major drawcards for city slickers opting to make the move to Ballarat. Projections suggest... Read more
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