Buying a property in your home country is a little daunting, but going out of your comfort zone and buying overseas can be a journey into the unknown. With sufficient planning and preparation, however, it needn’t be a worry or a risk.

New Zealand Property Guides have helped many people buy property in New Zealand. Follow our five step guide.

Step 1: What to Buy

What to buy in New Zealand

As is to be expected, there are a range of different properties on the market, and what you go for will depend upon your needs, budget, and the location. Here we run through the main types of properties that tend to attract expats.

Step 1: What to Buy

Where To Buy in New Zealand

We list the different types of property on the New Zealand market to help you see what best suits your needs.

Step 2: Estate Agents

Estate agents in New Zealand

You will need to find the right estate agent to help you successfully buy property in New Zealand. Choose one that can help with all your needs.

Step 3: Viewing Trip

Your viewing trip in New Zealand

A viewing trip will be vital to the success of your move. Here we discuss all you need to know to help you plan accordingly.

Step 4: Planning your Finances

The New Zealand Property Guide talks you through the important financial considerations involved in buying property in New Zealand.

Step 5 Legal matters to consider

We outline the many ways that an independent lawyer is essential to the success of your property purchase in New Zealand.

Download the New Zealand Buying Guide today

The New Zealand Buying Guide takes you through each stage of the property buying process, with practical recommendations from our experts who have been through the process themselves. The guide will help you to:

  Ask the right questions
  Avoid losing money
  Avoid the legal pitfalls
  Move in successfully

Download your free guide to buying in New Zealand

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