Attention in the news has a spotlight on foreign investments in Residential Land – Prompted by the rising house prices and rental availability in Auckland and the wider areas in New Zealand. In June 18 Stats NZ released statistics regarding foreign investments – “In the March 2018 quarter, just over 3 percent of home transfers…
Source: Corelogic : Kevin Davidson, 12 Sep 2018 Recent statistics from Core Logic shows an increase in First Home Buyers for residential property purchases from 23% in July, despite the drop in housing affordability in recent years. Investors with multiple income properties with mortgage – sits at 24% in August after government regulations. Link to…
Convenience, locality and affordability – The popular trends of recent home buying. As families move to secure the lock up and leave lifestyle – no fuss, safe and no maintenance hassles and a small community Albany recently has brought the attention of recent development projects including the Library Lane apartments and the Gills road attached…
Source – REINZ – Real Estate Institute of New Zealand – Released 11th October 2018 Residential Property Report for September 2018 Low listing volume in July, decreases September Sales, lowest sales level since January this year.
Real estate phenomenon Matty Ma is the number one Harcourts real estate agent in the world.
She took out the number one spot at the Harcourts International Awards, held in Australia earlier this week, surpassing over 6,400 other sales consultants world-wide.
Another hugely successful year has seen Matty Ma named as Harcourts’ top real estate sales consultant in Auckland and Northland.
Focus, hard work and a commitment to her clients has seen Matty Ma named as the top real estate sales consultant in Auckland and Northland once again.
Matty Ma and her team receive the top sales consultant award from Harcourts International general manager Mike Green.
An unrelenting work ethic and dedication to excellence has seen Matty Ma crowned the top real estate sale consultant in Auckland and Northland once again.