NZ dollars trades near 5-month low as coalition policies awaited
Financial Services Federation launches new consumer code
A Hawke’s Bay wealth management company makes its first move outside the Bay region with Wellington acquisition
Property Institute CEO has said the idea to ‘crash’ the Auckland housing market by 40% would be ‘economically catastrophic’, after former Reserve Bank chairman, Arthur Grimes proposed the notion last week.
Investors appear to be scrambling to snap up as many properties as possible before further lending restrictions may be introduced, QV data shows.
Harcourts CEO Chris Kennedy says new health and safety laws are untested and the company is proceeding with caution.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull promised voters he would deliver the stability Australians crave if he won the July 2 election.
The Government has decided to establish a $1 billion infrastructure fund but Opposition parties say it won’t solve housing problems.
Dollar falls as we wait for NZ First announcement on government
Recruitment platforms offers brokers the chance to vet candidates through video
The NZ dollar falls as low as 70.62 US cents on news of a Labour-Green government