Although the latest QV data shows activity and demand has picked up again in Auckland, the regions are flourishing says a real estate agency and an adviser.
A real estate agency has said the surprise cash rate cut is a positive for many Kiwis, especially first home buyers, as banks pass on the cut, even if only partially.
The real estate market in the regions is only getting stronger, according to the latest data from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand.
A real estate company’s national manager has said first home buyers will be pushed into one particular type of property purchase this year.
Advisers may be in for a busy summer as rent hikes make a mortgage more appealing.
Auckland saw a drop in the number of sales over October as regions continue to gain momentum, the latest REINZ figures show.
The FMA has completed its first survey of consumers’ experience of financial advisers’ conduct
The Reserve Bank says the finance sector, regulators and other authorities all have a part to play in tackling the threats
A “one size fits all” approach to insurance regulation may not be the best option