News and Publications

Property News: 18 December 2017

Pair land Helicopter House: Talley's discharge permits cut: Dam plan submitters have their say in court: Regional housing values still rising: Trathen's new building opens for business: Modellers Pond gets temporary clean-up: Duke & Cooke's Christmas hours

Residential Market Comment: November 2017

Median sale price for November 2017 was $503,500 which is a 4% increase compared to November 2016. The average median over the last 12 months was $479,000 but 12 months prior to this it was $428,000. This indicates the average median sale price has increased over the long term.

Property Matters: 14 December 2017

Nelson-Tasman property market continues to set the pace: Introducing two new valuers to the Duke and Cooke team

Property News: 11 December 2017

Nelson Forests set to change ownership: Spring stokes heat in Nelson housing market: Council’s dam grant under fire: Big port clean-up under way: Velodrome opening pushed back to February: Dam hearings attract 200 speakers: Airport car park layout just the ticket

Property News - 4 December 2017

Kohatu Park plan on road to start line: Water rate hike for Tasman properties: Dam collapse 'very unlikely' in quake

Property News: 27 November 2017

Bay freedom camp spot blocked: Dam plan water cost 'stacks up': World-beating villa: Lift-off for airport project: Dam plan prospectus likely in February: Queen St extra costs top $2.08m:

Residential Market Comment: October 2017

The average time to sell in October was 27 days with the average for the last 3 months of 26 days. The 12- month average is 28 days. This indicates the pace of the market has slowed marginally with a reduction in demand leading to longer marketing periods.

Property News: 20 November 2017

Luxury lodge sold to beer baron: Scientist hits back at dam claims: House price fall may be just a blip: Grandstand gets its marching orders: Mapua masterplan leaves boaties high, dry: Cycle trail sections back in business

Property News: 13 November 2017

Trafalgar Park turf upgrade required: Region's population set to soar: Camping hotspot may be blocked: Helicopter house ready to land on auction block: Flow of Waimea dam plan info set to continue: Milestone for warm, healthy homes: Tiny homes to help solve big problem

Market Comment: Commercial October 2017

The Reserve Bank (RBNZ) continues to manipulate the Official Cash Rate intending to control the market and monitor inflation. With earlier inflation running below 1.00%, the Official Cash Rate (OCR) was lowered in November 2016 by 25 basis points to 1.75% with the intention of increasing economic activity and achieving the Reserve Bank’s inflation targets.