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Buyers calling for more luxury homes to come to the market

With Kiwis feeling richer, as their homes gain in value and the economy rebounds, wealthy Kiwis are looking to upgrade.

8 June 2021

Why Mt Wellington is the place to buy right now

Those in the know, realise that you get more value for your money in Mt Wellington.

15 April 2021

After a busy March, more listings to come in April & May

March was another huge month of listings and sales, but what's ahead in April and May?

8 April 2021

Property Price Index

Providing buyers, sellers and agents with insights into ‘for sale’ price trends by property type and property size.

House prices grow by a record-breaking 17% in one year

The national average asking price saw its biggest YoY increase of all time in May, increasing by 17% to $820,950.

8 June 2021

House prices continue record-breaking streak

The average asking price for a house in New Zealand reached an all-time high of $815,700 in April 2021.

18 May 2021

Average NZ house price hits $800k for the first time

New Zealand’s national average asking price hit a new milestone in March, cracking the $800,000 mark for the first time

28 April 2021

Rental Price Index

A comprehensive monthly insight into the rental market covering price trends by type and size of property across New Zealand.

Rental market shows signs of cooling off ahead of winter

New Zealand’s rental market is beginning to show some signs it may be cooling off after a red hot summer.

11 May 2021

Rents show biggest annual increase in over two years

New Zealand rents saw the largest year-on-year increase in two and a half years in March, growing by 6 per cent to $540

22 April 2021

Regional rents on the rise while city rents remain stagnant

Strong rent growth in the regions drove the national median weekly rent up 2 per cent year-on-year in February

24 March 2021