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Spring

Spring is a very positive time in the property market; plenty of vendors see it as a great time to sell, and buyers like to find a new home so they can be settled in by Christmas. Since it’s such a popular time to sell, spring often brings more competition from other vendo...
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Hi there!

So you are thinking about putting your home on the market? I'm Di, and I have seen a fair few homes make first impressions on potential buyers. I've made a helpful checklist you can use to make sure you are putting your best home forward, and getting BEST PRICE READY. Or, if...
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The big secret?

Getting rid of that big debt involves paying more, more often....
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Do I still need a signboard?

September 5, 2016
Signboards are one of the oldest ways to market a home or property. In the era of online real estate portals and glossy property guides, vendors often question whether the old-fashioned signboard is a worthwhile endeavour. A signboard is an important component of any integra...
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Disconnect your emotions. Buying real estate is often an emotional decision, but when you are selling real estate you need to remove emotion from the equation. You need to think of your house as a marketable commodity. Your goal is to get others to see it as their potential ...
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The roof of your property is like the hair on the back of your head: you don’t look at it very often and you tend to assume it’s doing its job, looking good and keeping you warm. Any news to the contrary often comes as a nasty surprise. But luckily, you can easily repair...
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If you have been watching interest rates fall, rents increase and rental availability at low levels, you may be investigating buying a property of your own.You could be eligible for a low deposit loan through the Welcome Home Loan scheme or a Kainga Whenua loan for individua...
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