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New Zealand market update

The traditionally busier months on the residential real estate calendar have fulfilled their promise, with sellers more satisfied with market pricing and buyer activity.

Half a century

Graham Bayley was 50 years old when he established Bayleys Real Estate in late 1973 with his wife Pam and son John in the basement of their family home in Pakuranga.

View - Greener pastures

A critical policy battle is being played out across New Zealand’s urban fringes, with upcoming changes directed by the new government likely to have implications for lifestyle property owners.

View - Shifting the dial

A National-led government was widely tipped to be the property market’s saving grace. But after the coalition deal was signed, sealed and delivered, what are the benefits of the three-pronged government’s new policies, and who are the big winners?

Something in the water

Market-leading analysis of sales data from around the country confirms that buyers will pay a premium to secure a spot by the water.

Healthy ocean, healthy future

Three years ago, Bayleys formed a partnership with one of New Zealand’s youngest charitable organisations, Live Ocean Foundation, drawn to their vision, ambition and ability to drive action.

Welcome to Bayleys View Easter 2023

With monetary policy at the fine-tuning phase, residential demand dynamics have stabilised at a new functional pace, and economic drivers continue to buoy sales activity for several key buyer groups seeking opportunities.

View - Thriving in a shifting market

Amid changeable economic drivers and shapeshifting buyer behaviour, deducing true market value for homes across New Zealand’s residential real estate market has become increasingly challenging.

View - Will climate change escalate land values?

The summer’s extreme weather events have exposed the fragility of New Zealand’s built environment and highlighted the role large land sites, urban green spaces, vegetation, and wetlands play in climate regulation.

New Zealand market update

The traditionally busier months on the residential real estate calendar have fulfilled their promise, with sellers more satisfied with market pricing and buyer activity.

Half a century

Graham Bayley was 50 years old when he established Bayleys Real Estate in late 1973 with his wife Pam and son John in the basement of their family home in Pakuranga.

View - Greener pastures

A critical policy battle is being played out across New Zealand’s urban fringes, with upcoming changes directed by the new government likely to have implications for lifestyle property owners.

View - Shifting the dial

A National-led government was widely tipped to be the property market’s saving grace. But after the coalition deal was signed, sealed and delivered, what are the benefits of the three-pronged government’s new policies, and who are the big winners?

Something in the water

Market-leading analysis of sales data from around the country confirms that buyers will pay a premium to secure a spot by the water.

Healthy ocean, healthy future

Three years ago, Bayleys formed a partnership with one of New Zealand’s youngest charitable organisations, Live Ocean Foundation, drawn to their vision, ambition and ability to drive action.

Welcome to Bayleys View Easter 2023

With monetary policy at the fine-tuning phase, residential demand dynamics have stabilised at a new functional pace, and economic drivers continue to buoy sales activity for several key buyer groups seeking opportunities.

View - Thriving in a shifting market

Amid changeable economic drivers and shapeshifting buyer behaviour, deducing true market value for homes across New Zealand’s residential real estate market has become increasingly challenging.

View - Will climate change escalate land values?

The summer’s extreme weather events have exposed the fragility of New Zealand’s built environment and highlighted the role large land sites, urban green spaces, vegetation, and wetlands play in climate regulation.

New Zealand market update

The traditionally busier months on the residential real estate calendar have fulfilled their promise, with sellers more satisfied with market pricing and buyer activity.

Half a century

Graham Bayley was 50 years old when he established Bayleys Real Estate in late 1973 with his wife Pam and son John in the basement of their family home in Pakuranga.

View - Greener pastures

A critical policy battle is being played out across New Zealand’s urban fringes, with upcoming changes directed by the new government likely to have implications for lifestyle property owners.

View - Shifting the dial

A National-led government was widely tipped to be the property market’s saving grace. But after the coalition deal was signed, sealed and delivered, what are the benefits of the three-pronged government’s new policies, and who are the big winners?

Something in the water

Market-leading analysis of sales data from around the country confirms that buyers will pay a premium to secure a spot by the water.

Healthy ocean, healthy future

Three years ago, Bayleys formed a partnership with one of New Zealand’s youngest charitable organisations, Live Ocean Foundation, drawn to their vision, ambition and ability to drive action.

Welcome to Bayleys View Easter 2023

With monetary policy at the fine-tuning phase, residential demand dynamics have stabilised at a new functional pace, and economic drivers continue to buoy sales activity for several key buyer groups seeking opportunities.

View - Thriving in a shifting market

Amid changeable economic drivers and shapeshifting buyer behaviour, deducing true market value for homes across New Zealand’s residential real estate market has become increasingly challenging.

View - Will climate change escalate land values?

The summer’s extreme weather events have exposed the fragility of New Zealand’s built environment and highlighted the role large land sites, urban green spaces, vegetation, and wetlands play in climate regulation.