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  • IWD: Celebrating our top women – Robyn Ellson

    Why real estate and how did you start in the industry?I started in real estate in 2011. I had recently moved to Auckland after seven years living the Australian expat life in London. I wanted a career that enabled me....

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  • IWD – celebrating our top women – Heather Walton

    Why real estate and how did you start in the industry? My entire career has been about property. Firstly, property law, then property development and consultancy, and now selling. My background was the perfect foundation to grow a real estate business.....

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  • Eleven heaven for Christchurch auctions

    The Christchurch property market – and auctions in particular – continues to thrive despite the recent COVID-19 restrictions after another stellar week of under the hammer sales. Ray White’s in-room auctions (above) across the Garden City produced 11 outstanding results for their sellers....

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  • Ray White Mt Eden hammers home $16.1M in one night

    Auckland’s barnstorming auction market has shown no sign of letting up as Ray White Mt Eden successfully sold seven properties under the hammer for over $16.1 million last night. It has been an outstanding start to the year for the....

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  • Rental market showing signs of life again

    Thursday 23 April 2020 Covid-19 bought New Zealand’s rental market to a standstill but recent activity on Trade Me Property suggests tenants are starting to return to the market. By The Landlord The latest Trade Me Rental Price Index is out today but it covers March – which was following … Read more

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  • House price drops are short-lived

    Friday 24 April 2020 House price drops are short-lived – Alexander Periods of house price decline are rare and “short-lived”, says economist Tony Alexander, amid forecasts of a drop of 10%-15% this year. By The Landlord Previous recessions indicate house prices fall at the same time GDP declines, and … Read more

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