We wanted to give you a heads up that from 18 February we are making some changes to Trade Me Property’s fees that will affect private sellers listing property for sale, rent or lease.
For sale and commercial leasing
The fees to list a residential, rural or lifestyle property for sale or a commercial property for lease will be increasing from the current flat fee of $299, and we are introducing two tiers. More...
We’re always looking for ways to improve how items are categorised on Trade Me, to better connect buyers and sellers in our marketplace.
As part of that work, we are making a number of changes to the Personal Audio & iPods category to better reflect the range of products available. We’re adding several new accessory categories and taking the opportunity to update some of the category labels. You can expect to see these changes effective from Tuesday 12 February.
Get off to a fresh start in 2013 by having a good old Kiwi clear-out!
To help you along, we’re running our $1 reserve promo for the whole of February. All items listed as $1 reserve auctions in ‘General items’ during February will get free Gallery*!
- Sell stuff fast. $1 reserve auctions are much more likely to sell first time around. They attract bidders who might not have otherwise checked out your listing. Trust the market, and get your cash quicker! More...
Today we’re making some important changes to our terms and conditions. We’re updating them mainly to:
• ensure international sellers who want to trade are operating within our rules
• explain how listing information may appear in applications using our API, and point out we may have commercial arrangements with people building applications that tap our API
• allow members to market or link to feedback in other places and clarify when we will remove negative feedback
• explain how to close your membership, and clarify that some terms may still apply after it is closed
• remove some words that are out of date.
Following yesterday’s trading halt, Trade Me Group Limited (“Trade Me”) has been advised that Fairfax Digital Holdings NZ Limited (“Fairfax”) has successfully completed a sell-down of its 51 per cent holding of issued capital in Trade Me. Settlement of the sale of the shares is expected to occur this Friday. All this means Fairfax will no longer be a shareholder in Trade Me.
The trading halt on Trade Me shares was lifted at 8:40am today.
For more information, please visit Trade Me’s investor relations website.