The Latest Property Predictions in New Zealand

Property continues to be a hot topic in New Zealand as housing becomes an issue of supply and demand. The country has a serious housing shortage and social deprivation, and property prices are beyond the means of many young potential home owners. New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern’s, recent budget promised $234 million in funding … Continued
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One Quarter of Real Estate Bosses choose Singapore

Singapore has long been a popular big business destination, and now, research reveals that it’s the number one choice for bosses in the real estate industry. CBRE’s Asia Pacific Occupier Survey 2018 revealed that 45 per cent of real estate executives have major relocation plans for their companies in the next two years, one quarter … Continued
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Housing Market Update: Auckland

Auckland housing prices have finally slipped, creating more opportunities for house hunters. March recorded a slow market with houses taking longer to sell, increasing from 33 days to 36 days. The slowing down of housing market growth can be attributed to policymaker’s attempts at cooling the market. Although activity is slowing, housing prices remain high … Continued
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Market Update: Christchurch

New data shows that regional parts of New Zealand are experiencing the fastest house price growth in the country. So what effect has that growth had on Christchurch? In the last year, Christchurch property prices fell 0.8 per cent making it the only city in New Zealand to experience a fall in prices. The national … Continued
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Wellington Housing Market Update

Although much of the focus in the housing market debate has been around Auckland’s affordability, New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington, has also been affected by growing prices. In 2017, the median housing prices across the country rose to more than $405,000, a rise of 5.8 per cent. In Wellington, the rise was much higher at … Continued
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Auckland Housing Market Update

Property gurus are warning potential home buyers to tread lightly in the wake of New Zealand’s listing in the ranks of the world’s least affordable cities dropping. The Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey, measuring the cost of housing relative to incomes, named New Zealand as the third least affordable country in the world following Hong … Continued
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5 of the Best Offices Around the World

Creativity and technology are helping to reshape office spaces around the world. But what is it that creates the best office space? Is it access to world-class technology and interactive meeting rooms or is it the added comforts in the lunch room that make all the difference? Here are five of the best offices around … Continued
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Reinventing the Fine Arts

It’s hard to go a single day without coming across digital technology. Technology is everywhere, and will be in your hand or sitting in front of you right now. Technology has also managed to make its way into the fine art space. And one technology that’s taken reality to a new level is VR or … Continued
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Millennials are Driving Office Changes

Fundamental shifts in office buildings are taking place thanks to the youngest demographic they employ, the millennials. With a growing need to employee from the younger generation, companies around the world are making the effort to ensure their office provides what millennials are looking for. According to the Governance Studies at Brookings report, How Millennials … Continued
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Museums Keeping Art in Storage

Most of the great art of the world is being kept in museum and gallery storage. Public galleries and museums have been displaying art to the public since the 17th century for society’s benefit. But many of the world’s best artworks are not actually on display. Quartz Media surveyed 20 museums in seven different countries, … Continued
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