Now that you’ve sourced the perfect plot of land and found the architect who is going to bring all your property daydreams to life, there is one final – rather essential – step: finding a builder. In Part three of our series, we’re looking at where to find a decent builder and the steps involved in getting your house built when you move to New Zealand.
For part two of our ‘Building your own Home’ series, we’re taking a closer look at how to find a reputable architect in New Zealand and what steps you need to take to obtain planning permission before you can build your dream home. And, if you missed part one, on buying the land, make sure to have a read!
Dream of building your own home, perfectly suited for your needs? If you’re the sort who is happy to move to the other side of the world, you may be game for the challenge that self-building presents. Read our three-part guide.
While prices grew consistently in many parts of the country, it was finally a different story in Auckland and Christchurch, where prices actually declined over the course of the year. It seems measures imposed by the Labour government to control prices may have worked! So, what can we expect from the New Zealand property market in 2019?
New Zealand’s capital city of Wellington is a wonderful place to settle when you emigrate. Being the country’s capital, you’ll find bags of culture and opportunities for employment and to socialise, plus it’s simple to find good value property located on the water with wonderful views guaranteed. Today, we’re taking a look at a city property to reveal to anyone buying in Wellington what they can expect. We’re also reviewing how the city’s property market is performing, the average prices for property depending on your needs, and revealing some of the more affordable suburbs in town.
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