With rising house prices and not a lot for under $400,000 in most regions, you might be inclined to ask—is it still possible to buy in the $300,000s?
The answer is yes… in Levin.
Maureen and Lee of Seddon St Property Management offer their advice on buying in Horowhenua.Read more
[Photo: "Eastbourne and Petone, Lower Hutt" by Phillip Capper – under Creative Commons license]
Last month we looked at the Kapiti Coast, and what first-home buyers could expect to get for their money! This month, we’re focusing on the Hutt Valley. So, how does it compare?Read more
Will a relaxation in LVR restrictions fire up the property market? Is this the low for mortgage rates? Find the answers to these questions, plus a property market update, in our latest economic report exclusive from Cameron Bagrie, of Bagrie Economics.Read more
You might be forgiven for thinking banks had been making the most of Black Friday Sales with the recent slashing of interest rates, some are the lowest they’ve been since the Second World War! But how can you make the most of them? First-home buyer, or homeowner, here’s our advice...
With the average house price in Kapiti increasing 7.4% from last year ($525,799 to $564,784) you may very well be asking, what exactly will my money get me in Kapiti?
Buying your first home, and owning a freehold home on retirement, are considered to be Kiwi rites of passage—but rising house prices in a competitive market can make downsizing difficult. Some savvy planning can put you ahead of the market, find out more here...Read more