According to the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ), as of July 2018, New Zealand’s median property price is NZ$560,000. Auckland remains the priciest spot in the country, with a median price of $850,000. However, outside of the city, there are real bargains located in some of New Zealand’s most scenic destinations. To let you in on where those bargains are, today we’re running through five places to find the cheapest homes in New Zealand.
One of the best things about moving to New Zealand is going to be exploring your new country. Both islands offer unique slices of natural beauty that change from town to town, but never fail to take your breath away. Plus, when you’re all the way on the other side of the world – staycations might be the way to go! If you are keen to buy a New Zealand holiday home, this article is for you.
It’s the 64,000 (New Zealand) dollar question, will moving to New Zealand make you better off? It’s easy to look at basic pay comparisons, but ascertaining real purchasing power is a little more complicated. So we have crunched the numbers to see if you will earn more in New Zealand, or less.
Why buy in the countryside? When it comes to the countryside, is there anywhere better than New Zealand? It’s doubtful. Well…unless you believe the readers of Rough Guides that is. Last year, they ranked New Zealand the third most beautiful country in the world, after Scotland and Canada…which we have to admit are pretty decent contenders.
The New Zealand Property Guide considers the effects of a proposed new Bill restricting non-resident buyers snapping up existing property or residential land.
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