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Pāpāmoa is expected to accommodate 47 per cent of new Tauranga residents by 2028.
More than two dozen properties in the suburb have fetched above $1 million this year.
How the main political parties plan to deal with house prices and a shortage of homes.
'We have seen double the number of people coming through to open days.'
One agent says enquiry from Auckland has been "huge"
Agents say there were plenty of multi-offers happening in the market place
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The luxury residential development will officially open in August
Demand for the business estate "better than before lockdown" one agent says.
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"It will give more life and energy to the downtown area."
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The property has two dwellings with two bedrooms and a bathroom in each.
'There is still good buyer demand.'
The report showed 32 commercial building consents worth more than $40m were issued in May.
More than $22 million was approved to build 56 new homes in Tauranga last month
The last of those sections have now been snapped up by two local investors.
Those behind the project are confident the development will be completed in 2021
Experts and investors take a deep dive into what to expect from post-Covid house prices.
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"All the proposed changes disadvantage the landlord," one property owner wrote.
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The city council issued 91 residential building consents in March.