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Posts From September, 2017

Property News: 4 September 2017

Bay SHA in 'wrong' location: Brook holiday park set for summer: First cuts for charity house: House prices keep tenants in rentals: Property demand driving prices up: Spike in million dollar homes: Bark Bay bach barged off to its new home

Breaking News: 5 September 2017

Media Release: Government irrigation announcement benefits Dam

Property News - 11 September 2017

Brook poison drop runs 'smoothly': Days Track reopens: Takaka subdivision divides: $10 million loan for Waimea dam: New hospice site gets blessing: Wairoa Gorge park gets a new lease of life: Land purchase connects Abel Tasman and Kahurangi national parks: Harakeke development changes hands: Landowners settle over dam land acquisition.

Property News: 18 September 2017

Dam costs rise under new model: Mitre10 Fundraiser house takes shape: Emergency housing shortage: 90 years of Riverside Pool

Market Comments: Residential August 2017

The 2017 year to date has seen a decrease in the total number of sales compared with the same periods in 2016 and 2015. The average time to sell in August was 29 days with the average for the last 3 months also 29 days. The 12-month average is 28 days. This indicates the pace of the market has remained constant and in a state of equilibrium.


Property News: 26 September 2017

Tahunanui and Motueka lead house price growth: Tiny home project proposed in Nelson: 'Genuine need' for pensioner housing: New library may cost $3.7m: REINZ Press Release