Welcome to the propertydirectory.co.nz weekly round up for the week ending 14th June 2020. Each week we aim to give you a roundup summary of the top New Zealand property news. If you have an item you think is worth sharing with propertydrectory.co.nz readers, let us know. This week we have seen a continuation of…

Welcome to the propertydirectory.co.nz weekly round up for the week ending 14th June 2020. Each week we aim to give you a roundup summary of the top New Zealand property news. If you have an item you think is worth sharing with propertydrectory.co.nz readers, let us know. Proposed $75 million Omokoroa town centre met with…

Welcome to the propertydirectory.co.nz weekly round up for the week ending 7th June 2020. Each week we aim to give you a roundup summary of the top New Zealand property news. If you have an item you think is worth sharing with propertydrectory.co.nz readers, let us know. NZ Property Market Surprisingly Positive Official sales figures…

The i in iBuying stands for immediate. This means that a company or person offers a cash price for a property, this can even be site unseen. iBuying has been around forever. Individual property flippers and companies make a living out of finding off market deals, offering a cash price, doing renovations and reselling for…

Statistics NZ have released their latest number on new building consents lodged in New Zealand. It won’t come as a surprise to many that we have yet again seen the largest amount of consents in a year since the 1970s. 37,882 consents were issued for the year ended February 2020. This number is quite staggering…

A residential property manager in New Zealand takes on the responsibility of looking after a rental property on behalf of the property owner. Property management includes managing tenants, maintenance, inspections and regulatory requirements.  What is the role of a property manager? A property manager is defined by Tenancy Services, as the landlord’s agent. In effect,…

Technology has begun to play a major role in the New Zealand property and real estate industries in the last decade. This movement has been given the name PropTech. Just like FinTech (Financial Technology), GovTech (Government Technology), PropTech is the name generally used where technology and the property industry come together. The term is mostly commonly used by startups who exist to fill gaps or increase efficiency in a process or tool.