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Latest New Zealand real estate news
28 May 2013
A much-awaited new Christchurch housing development has obtained consent.
Highfield differs from most other recently consented fringe developments because it is well within the city limits to the north east, a few minutes’ drive to central suburb, St Albans.
It will provide for up to 2200 sections that may be available for purchase by next year and is likely to halt the flight to
09 May 2013
Knight Frank was named International Sales Agency of the Year by UBM, the publisher of Property Week, at the RESI Awards, held in London on Wednesday 1st May. The award was given for impressive sales of UK property to overseas buyers and wide global reach, as well as success by the International Project Marketing teams on schemes such as One Tower Bridge, Chelsea Creek and the London
11 April 2013
Knight Frank is pleased to announce the unification of its New Zealand operations. Kevin Coppel, Group Managing Director of Knight Frank Australasia made the following statement on April 3.
“I am delighted to advise you that Knight Frank has restructured its operations in Auckland, New Zealand. Yesterday, the Knight Frank business in Christchurch, led by Layne Harwood and Linda Coleman,
02 April 2013
Government policy, not the earthquakes, has made land in Christchurch's residential red zone almost worthless, valuers say. The value of the condemned land, deemed uneconomic to repair by the Government, has been a sore point for red-zoners mulling a reduced Crown compensation offer, due to expire on Tuesday.
Owners of vacant, commercial, and uninsured sections in the residential red zone
26 February 2013
Defending South Island Young 88 Champion, Milton Bloomfield, described last year’s contest as the toughest event he’d sailed in the last 10 years. This year’s event is expected to be just as competitive.
23 February 2013
Homes on TC3 land are selling for better prices but the process can take longer, as LIZ McDONALD discovers.
Prices for homes on TC3 land have begun recovering as buyers seek out good deals in a heated market.
22 January 2013
[Originally published in The Press (Christchurch), Wednesday January 16, 2013]
Developers are being advised to build industrial properties to meet anticipated demand, LIZ McDONALD reports.
Commercial real estate agent Craig Edwards says he is talking to businesses every day in need of industrial space. A wide range of businesses, most gearing up for the rebuild in some form, want
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