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A happy ending has come out of one Christchurch homeowner's earthquake woes.
Asking prices for properties in Auckland dropped slightly in July but it's likely to be temporary, realestate.co.nz says.
Nearly 450 state housing tenants want to be moved because of health concerns, figures from Housing New Zealand reveal.
New Zealand's godfather of party pills Matt Bowden has put a number of exclusive Auckland properties up for sale in an attempt to raise some desperately needed cash.
Prime Minister John Key isn't ruling out new measures to clamp down on foreign buyers, including a stamp duty. That's a one-off tax payment each time a foreigner wants to buy.
The Government says New Zealand's free trade deal with Korea may mean a ban on foreign buyers is impossible – regardless of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The latest 3 News/Reid Research poll shows Labour's attack on Chinese foreign buyers in the Auckland property market has failed to give the party a popularity boost.
The Government is open to a clampdown on foreign property buyers, but the Finance Minister says Auckland needs more houses, "not less foreigners".
Auckland might not grow as fast as expected but it still won't have enough houses to provide for its new residents, a report indicates.
Labour is pissed off. It's pissed off and it's pissing people off. That's what happens when you play the race card.
The Reserve Bank's decision was released at 9am, and two minutes later Kiwibank announced it was lowering its floating rates.
A Labour Party Bill that would have imposed strict controls on the sale of farmland to foreigners has been narrowly defeated in Parliament.
The Labour Party is being warned it can expect a drop in support from Chinese voters over its controversial attack on foreign property investment.
A move to different rules for different local councils is part of the solution to New Zealand's housing problems, a think tank says.
Labour Party leader Andrew Little has lashed out at 3 News after he was questioned about his party's data on Chinese homebuyers in Auckland.
Andrew Little lashed out at TV3's political editor Patrick Gower, calling him a "desperate journalist", as he got angry over questions on Labour's foreign buyer campaign.
Anyone looking to buy up property in Auckland before changes are made to tax rules might be in for a bit of a shock, Prime Minister John Key says.
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