How can you rent out a property in New Zealand? With prices rising again, excellent rental yields and the chance to allow relatives visiting from the UK to use the property, buying a rental property can make sense. This article explains why, how and what you’ll probably pay, and earn, from a New Zealand rental property.
The first essential port of call for realising your dreams of moving to New Zealand is conducting research into visas. As everyone’s circumstances are different, it can feel like a complete minefield. However, if you’re getting Today, we’re running you through the options for a New Zealand visa.
Moving to a new country is a big adventure for most kids – a bigger house, lots of space to play in outside, new places to explore… However, at some point, it is ‘back to school’ time, so you need to be organised in advance to make sure everything goes smoothly. Fortunately, New Zealand’s a relatively simple transition, as education in New Zealand is based on the UK’s system (and there are no real language barriers). Here’s what you need to know about schooling in NZ.
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.
If you’re thinking of making a move to New Zealand with your children, first off – excellent choice! There are a million one reasons to make New Zealand your new home.