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Developers have been paying big bucks. Now homes are becoming too expensive for even them.
All of Government Response Group today apologised to Stamford Residences' owners.
Prime industrial vacancies remain at historical lows.
A new report for Master Builders raises concerns about Covid's effects on the sector.
Owner faces $6m strengthening bill for a building that would then only be worth $2.5m.
Houses built in southern China are being craned on to sites in Auckland.
Had it not been for the lockdown, this would have been a record year - Gaimster.
New policy aims to increase housing development in urban areas of growing cities.
Global chase on now for one specific type of property.
Auckland Council delayed its three-yearly CV estimates. Here's what they could have been.
First-home buyers are battling to save deposits. This change could make a huge difference.
The landlord turned up early, surprising a tenant using the bathroom.
The theatre, which shut three years ago, has been put forward as a shovel-ready project.
Housing market experts on the factors that could influence prices in the months ahead.
The situation is better than many had expected.
S&P says the credit ratings of local banks should hold despite a 10% fall in house prices.
Tenancy Tribunal told he made the damage worse by trying to repair it.
Kāinga Ora says there are no plans for social housing in the Te Kauwhata development
Housing market is exceeding expectations but volatility is creeping in, reports Reinz.
How much progress is being made?
Experts and investors take a deep dive into what to expect from post-Covid house prices.
Developers will have to hold on until financiers feel more confident again.