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Campbell Live alongside the team from GJ Gardner Homes was tonight live from Te Aroha as the Lawton family received the keys their termite-free home.
Financial advisor Martin Hawes joins Paul to discuss the factors to consid...
Interest rates are up and the dollar is down after the Reserve Bank raised...
Campbell Live has had about 150 separate complaints about Stonewood, so we...
Waimangaroa School is for sale and includes classrooms, a swimming pool, p...
Despair over the inability to afford a house should be embraced as an opportunity to invest in more wealth-creating activity, says one expert.
One of New Zealand's most expensive homes is now on the market and by any arithmetic - even winning lotto probably wouldn't buy you this place.
Stephanie Davidson can flick a switch, turn a tap and flush a loo, and it's all thanks to Campbell Live viewers.
The Hewer family have the misfortune of not only being victims of the earthquakes, but of an arson attack.
The New Zealand construction industry is on the rise, but so are complaints from the public about an industry they say is out of control.
New Zealand house sales have slowed, particularly for properties of $400,000 or less.
Builders will have to provide information about their skills, qualifications and experience to clients.
Housing Minister Nick Smith has announced two developments that will deliver 450 affordable new homes in Christchurch.
Values rose 2.1 percent in the three months ended June, accelerating from a 0.7 percent three-monthly pace in May.
The Government is being urged to build up and scale up to provide affordable homes and abandon the quarter acre pavlova paradise culture.
Auckland house sales fell in June, as the average price paid surpassed $714,000
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
Shabby construction job wrecks livelihoods
Volunteers rebuild converted church
New termite-free home for Te Aroha family
Tectonic Construction's trail of destruction
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