Where will I find the cheapest homes in New Zealand?

Where will I find the cheapest homes in New Zealand?

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.
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Where are the celebrities buying this summer?

Where are the celebrities buying overseas homes this summer? Portugal seems to be the top choice, but Spain has its fans. While one Brit doesn’t care where he goes so long as it’s not Britain, another is seeking a new lease of life in the Algarve sunshine.
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Growing number of British expats get permanent residency in Canada

Canada is the third most popular destination for British expats, according to the United Nations Population Division. And that doesn’t look set to change any time soon, with a 7% increase in British citizens settling in Canada with permanent residency in 2017 compared to 2016. We look at what draws them to moving to Canada – and where their favoured spots are.
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Where are the cheapest homes in France?

There are over 157,000 British people living in France. It’s no wonder, given the quality of life you can enjoy: excellent cuisine, just as excellent weather, a strong community spirit and a laid-back lifestyle. You might think that this comes at a high cost – but that doesn’t need to be the case. We’ve crunched the numbers to bring you the five areas with cheapest homes in France.
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How to enjoy your holiday home, year in, year out

There’s just a week to go before the family and I fly out for a fortnight at our pad in the Costa Brava. As you can imagine, the excitement is building chez Way. But people do ask whether we wouldn’t be happier trying something new each summer. So I’ve done some brainstorming with the wife and kids (aged 11, eight and five) to find out what we all especially look forward to when we’re at our holiday home. As you’ll see, often it’s the simplest things that bring the most pleasure.
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Four top wild swimming destinations in France

Struggling to keep cool in this year’s heatwave? In France, you’re never far from a freshwater lake or river that’s suitable for bathing – something worth thinking about when you’re property hunting and don’t intend to have your own pool. Here are four popular wild swimming destinations, with some properties near water for sale…
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Make a successful move to Ireland with your children

While Ireland is English-speaking and just a short distance from the UK, it is still a different country. Therefore, it is just as important to consider whether a move to Ireland with your children is in their best interests as it would be if you were planning a move to the other side of the world. Fortunately, Ireland has a lot of great qualities that make it an ideal spot to raise a family.
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Where you can you find the cheapest homes in Greece for your lifestyle?

With the summer holiday season well underway, many of us will be packing our bags to head off to (or reluctantly come back from) Greece. But what if you could enjoy that warm weather, laidback lifestyle and delicious food all year round? A holiday home – or even a permanent one – could be the answer. And as Chinese investment buoys the economy, this could be a fantastic time to buy. And there are plenty of areas where you can find high-quality yet affordable property, no matter whether you prefer the sea, the mountains or the city. Join us as we explore the cheapest homes in Greece for your li
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How to buy a holiday home with family (without falling out!)

A farmhouse with land in the Dordogne, an apartment in a historic Andalusian town, a stylish duplex by the sea in Queensland or a villa and pool in Florida… A holiday home’s a dream come true for many of us. But it can appear far off. Putting up the money for a second home overseas is a big financial investment – and seemingly impossible for a lot of us. However, there is a way: have you considered buying a holiday home with family or friends?
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