There has been a spike in new listings in Christchurch during October, up by 28.6% compared to September.
And although overall property to buy is down by almost 10% on the same time last year, it has jumped by 13% when compared with September.
Iconic Christchurch residence Britten Stables – converted by the late globally renowned motorcycle engineering guru John Britten from a derelict 19th century horse stables in Fendalton and described as a ‘living work of art’ – has been placed on the market for the ﬁrst time in 43 years.
Colourful whale tail art installations will soon be dotted throughout Auckland and in many schools across the region, thanks to a special event partnership between WWF-New Zealand, Wild in Art and Harcourts New Zealand.
Anna Byron and Rebecca Bennett are the dynamic duo that have been taking the Hobsonville real estate market by storm in recent months. In just over 5 months, Anna and her team have unconditionally sold over 30 properties – some of them sight unseen in lockdown Level 4.
NAI Harcourts New Zealand says the success of its parent entity NAI Global in securing a place as one of the world’s top five commercial real estate brands reflects its strength and quality at a time of uncertainty.
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