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
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Macro View - the flipside of negative forecasting With the average homeowner wading through a sea of information as they search for clarity during this time of economic uncertainty independent economist Tony Alexander warns that a focus on the short term can propel bad decisions. Bombarded by numbers and forecasts, the average
Housing preferences in 2025 Informed by the experience of COVID-19 residential property preferences are set to experience a seismic shift as we reassess priorities around work, family and leisure. Bayleys investigates just what housing may look like in the year 2025. Informed by the experience of COVID-19, the Kiwi psyche and residential
How to add value to your property during lockdown Invest in your home during the Government-imposed lockdown with Bayleys’ budget-friendly tips for home refurbishments. Budding buyers and sellers interested in entering the property market needn’t abandon all sale plans, writes Bayleys property reporter Katharina Charles. Instead, the lockdown can yield some great
Navigating the COVID-19 economy Economist Cameron Bagrie speaks to Bayleys Real Estate’s managing director Mike Bayley about the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. “New Zealand is facing an extremely difficult economic environment – the likes of which we have not seen before,” says Cameron Bagrie, chief economist and managing director of
What COVID-19 means for the housing market As New Zealand wades further into uncharted economic waters during the third week of the nationwide lockdown, Bayleys Real Estate’s managing director Mike Bayley looks at the impact of COVID-19 on our housing market. Showing resilience through the economic hardships of the 1987 sharemarket crash,
Measuring the impact of debt-to-income ratio's Is the use of debt-to-income ratio improving the resilience of New Zealand’s financial sector? With our household debt amongst one of the highest in the developed world, use of a debt-to-income (DTI) ratio has long-been touted as a tool to improve the resilience of New Zealand’s
23 Creyke Road, Ilam Deadline Sale - (unless sold prior) 1pm, Wed 17 Jun 2020 View - By Appointment Are you looking for an investment or a lifestyle change? Situated in prime position,
58C Ely Street, City For Sale - Price by Negotiation View - By Appointment Invest in the redeveloping inner city with this high yielding cashflow investment. Christchurch's inner-city revival is well underway, making it a great
58B Ely Street, City For Sale - Price by Negotiation View - By Appointment Inner-city revival is well underway, making it a great time to purchase an investment before you are priced out