Welcome to the propertydirectory.co.nz news round up for August. This month we have switched from weekly summaries of the top news stories to a monthly list.

Each month 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.


More jobs to aid Auckland’s vulnerable commercial building sector

‘Staggering’ number of households behind on their mortgages

New index shows commercial rent payments improving

Precinct stays profitable despite slashed revaluations

Fletcher Building drops annual result bombshell

Augusta Property fund nearly fully subscribed with week to go

OceanaGold Waihi get mining permit on Conservation land

Residential Tenancies Amendment Act 2020 now in force

Summerset Group profit plummets 99%

Two Countdown supermarkets have been snapped up by an Auckland-based buyer for almost $45 million.

Ryman Healthcare shareholders question the scale of village development plans

Retailers wanting rent relief told they have to extend leases in return

Investors have snapped up $35 million of units by funds manager Augusta Capital

$21 million cost to Tauranga Ratepayers over Cayman Apartments

RBNZ survey: Property tipped as best investment option (experts)

New apartments and retail space on Hamilton’s main street

Costco construction could be delayed by Covid-19 travel restrictions

Ratepayers cough up in confidential settlement of 8-year ‘rusty apartments’ case

Former Tip Top building in Wellington to be demolished after sitting derelict for more than a decade

Auckland office tower Lumley Centre nearly half-empty, new study shows

Hundreds of apartments planned for North Shore church site

Temporary Covid-19 tax break for Airbnb and short-term accommodation providers

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