1-4/262 Stanmore Road, Richmond Deadline Sale (unless sold prior) 1pm, Thurs 27 Aug 2020 3 Deans Avenue, Christchurch View - By Appointment This property boasts four apartment-style units, within two, two-storey separate blocks, they have undergone major renovations, with
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1-2/529 Cashel Street, Linwood For Sale - Price by Negotiation View - By Appointment Completed in 2018 these two townhouses are located on the fringe of the inner city. They have been built by an investor
1/529 Cashel Street, Linwood For Sale - Price by Negotiation View - By Appointment This property appeals to all first-home buyers, downsizers, or investors looking to take advantage of fringe city living. This two-bedroom townhouse is very
Where to for property investors? Where the effects of border closures on rental demand are offset by record-low interest rates, Bayleys property reporter Katharina Charles investigates what the new ‘sweet spot’ for investors looks like in a COVID-19 economy. Where the effects of border closures on rental demand are offset by record-low
6 Gilmour Terrace, Lyttelton Auction (unless sold prior) 12pm, Thurs 13 Aug 2020 3 Deans Avenue, Christchurch Open Homes Sun 26 July – 12.30-1pm Sun 2 Aug – 12.30-1pm Sun 9
24 Fovant Street, Russley Auction (unless sold prior) 12pm, Thurs 13th Aug 2020 3 Deans Avenue, Christchurch Open Homes Sun 26 July - 3-3.30pm Sun 2 Aug - 3-3.30pm Sun 9 Aug - 3-3.30pm Built in 2015 this home
8/54 Champion Street, Edgeware For Sale - Price by Negotiation View - By Appointment If you are looking for your first home or city pad this has to be a great option. Situated only 3kms from Christchurch CBD on
How a negative interest rate would impact you Could your bank pay you to take out a loan? No, we haven’t fallen down Alice’s rabbit hole, this is the world where the central bank implements a negative Official Cash Rate. Rocked by the devastating effects of COVID-19 on global economies, New Zealand’s
Macro View - What’s driving you? Bayleys national director of residential Johnny Sinclair and independent economist Tony Alexander investigate the economic factors driving buying and selling decisions across the residential property market today. As New Zealand continues to navigate the muddy economic waters of uncertainty arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, push/pull mechanisms
Who is looking at your property? With an estimated 84 percent of internet users searching for products and services online first, information technology that reveals more about prospective purchasers has become an essential tool for sellers searching for optimal value for their property. Stimulating our senses and dominating the marketing landscape, the