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The rise of home and income properties, and how to get it right

As Kiwi continue to tighten their belts and shorten their purse strings, many of us are looking for new ways to make some extra cash.

Renovating to sell? What to splurge and what to save

With an oversupply of listings and a cost of living crisis, it’s important to strike a healthy balance between making your property listing stand out and saving yourself a bit of cash.

The ones to watch; Auckland’s up and coming outer suburbs

With an emphasis usually placed on Auckland’s inner city suburbs, keen buyers are being encouraged to look further afield and explore areas on the city’s edge.

Chilly reception? How to make selling your home in winter a success

With colder temperatures and wet weather, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the winter months may not be the best time to put your house on the market

Your guide to re-fixing in a market of high interest rates and uncertainty

For many homeowners across the country the time has come to refix your mortgage, and with inflation causing havoc for interest rates, many are now staring down the barrel of a sizeable increase to their repayments.

Auction room jitters? How to make a bid on your first property

Buying your first home can be full of twists and turns. Like the home itself, the process is full of firsts and one of them is bidding on the property at auction.

Boundary lines and markers are indicative only
Bayleys concludes one of the biggest on-market sales in Christchurch

Billed as one of the largest single development opportunities seen in the South Island in recent years, a 5.15ha landholding consented for a residential/commercial project in Christchurch’s Hornby industrial precinct has defied a generally subdued market.

Artist's impression
Waipuna Rise unveils exclusive residences in thriving property market

Nestled amidst dramatic mountain ranges, meandering rivers, and the northeastern shores of Lake Wakatipu, a new residential development is taking shape in New Zealand’s foremost adventure capital, defying the prevailing development downturn.

Arcade-adjacent investment in Takapuna’s transformation zone

A prominent commercial premises on Takapuna’s main street offers investors a passive opportunity with future upside to capitalise on the seaside suburb’s major growth plans.

Largest hotel in the central plateau for sale as freehold going-concern

The freehold property interests and accommodation and hospitality business associated with a strategically-located independent hotel in the Ruapehu district is for sale.

Boutique Fiji hotel for sale poised for bigger things

An established boutique hotel with huge growth potential in a secluded setting minutes from Fiji’s capital has gone up for sale.

Whanganui’s historic Braemar House ready for new chapter

An internationally known and loved Whanganui accommodation house that was built a century ago as the home of one of the city’s best-known postmasters is up for sale.

Chalet positioned to ride high on national park tourism trends

A European-style chalet in the North Island’s adventure capital has been placed on the market for sale, offering an opportunity for a new owner to leverage new tourism pathways or retain the residence for private use.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors pumped on potential at city-fringe site

A significant city-fringe landholding sustaining a service station and a separate standalone building presents an attractive investment opportunity, Bayleys salespeople say, offering an attractive combination of robust income return.

Diversified ‘Golden Mile’ site puffs up investor interest

A multi-tenanted property anchored by Citizens Advice Bureau and a leading vape store has gone up for sale in a prized location on Tauranga’s CBD fringe.

Waitākere Resort and Spa for sale after 80-year family legacy

The freehold going concern of Auckland’s only rainforest hotel is for sale as its long-time owners look to pass the baton on.

West Auckland commercial market update – Q2 2023

The latest West Auckland report explores the uptick in tenants recommitting to the office, the post-pandemic changes to ways of working and the price stabilisation of development land.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Front row position in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision

A well-located and generously sized warehousing property with holding income has come to the market for sale in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision, 3km from the town centre

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors set to unlock potential as shipping container self-storage business and premises is placed on the market for sale

A well-patronised self-storage complex comprising space-efficient shipping containers in one of the Coromandel Peninsula’s most prosperous seaside towns have been placed on the market for sale.

City fringe warehouse provides scant supply solution

The scarce supply of warehousing around Auckland's critical city-fringe suburbs continues to steer investors towards well-located assets, reflected by interest in a versatile premises with dual leasing capability, Bayleys salespeople say.

The rise of home and income properties, and how to get it right

As Kiwi continue to tighten their belts and shorten their purse strings, many of us are looking for new ways to make some extra cash.

Renovating to sell? What to splurge and what to save

With an oversupply of listings and a cost of living crisis, it’s important to strike a healthy balance between making your property listing stand out and saving yourself a bit of cash.

The ones to watch; Auckland’s up and coming outer suburbs

With an emphasis usually placed on Auckland’s inner city suburbs, keen buyers are being encouraged to look further afield and explore areas on the city’s edge.

Chilly reception? How to make selling your home in winter a success

With colder temperatures and wet weather, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the winter months may not be the best time to put your house on the market

Your guide to re-fixing in a market of high interest rates and uncertainty

For many homeowners across the country the time has come to refix your mortgage, and with inflation causing havoc for interest rates, many are now staring down the barrel of a sizeable increase to their repayments.

Auction room jitters? How to make a bid on your first property

Buying your first home can be full of twists and turns. Like the home itself, the process is full of firsts and one of them is bidding on the property at auction.

Boundary lines and markers are indicative only
Bayleys concludes one of the biggest on-market sales in Christchurch

Billed as one of the largest single development opportunities seen in the South Island in recent years, a 5.15ha landholding consented for a residential/commercial project in Christchurch’s Hornby industrial precinct has defied a generally subdued market.

Artist's impression
Waipuna Rise unveils exclusive residences in thriving property market

Nestled amidst dramatic mountain ranges, meandering rivers, and the northeastern shores of Lake Wakatipu, a new residential development is taking shape in New Zealand’s foremost adventure capital, defying the prevailing development downturn.

Arcade-adjacent investment in Takapuna’s transformation zone

A prominent commercial premises on Takapuna’s main street offers investors a passive opportunity with future upside to capitalise on the seaside suburb’s major growth plans.

Largest hotel in the central plateau for sale as freehold going-concern

The freehold property interests and accommodation and hospitality business associated with a strategically-located independent hotel in the Ruapehu district is for sale.

Boutique Fiji hotel for sale poised for bigger things

An established boutique hotel with huge growth potential in a secluded setting minutes from Fiji’s capital has gone up for sale.

Whanganui’s historic Braemar House ready for new chapter

An internationally known and loved Whanganui accommodation house that was built a century ago as the home of one of the city’s best-known postmasters is up for sale.

Chalet positioned to ride high on national park tourism trends

A European-style chalet in the North Island’s adventure capital has been placed on the market for sale, offering an opportunity for a new owner to leverage new tourism pathways or retain the residence for private use.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors pumped on potential at city-fringe site

A significant city-fringe landholding sustaining a service station and a separate standalone building presents an attractive investment opportunity, Bayleys salespeople say, offering an attractive combination of robust income return.

Diversified ‘Golden Mile’ site puffs up investor interest

A multi-tenanted property anchored by Citizens Advice Bureau and a leading vape store has gone up for sale in a prized location on Tauranga’s CBD fringe.

Waitākere Resort and Spa for sale after 80-year family legacy

The freehold going concern of Auckland’s only rainforest hotel is for sale as its long-time owners look to pass the baton on.

West Auckland commercial market update – Q2 2023

The latest West Auckland report explores the uptick in tenants recommitting to the office, the post-pandemic changes to ways of working and the price stabilisation of development land.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Front row position in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision

A well-located and generously sized warehousing property with holding income has come to the market for sale in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision, 3km from the town centre

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors set to unlock potential as shipping container self-storage business and premises is placed on the market for sale

A well-patronised self-storage complex comprising space-efficient shipping containers in one of the Coromandel Peninsula’s most prosperous seaside towns have been placed on the market for sale.

City fringe warehouse provides scant supply solution

The scarce supply of warehousing around Auckland's critical city-fringe suburbs continues to steer investors towards well-located assets, reflected by interest in a versatile premises with dual leasing capability, Bayleys salespeople say.

The rise of home and income properties, and how to get it right

As Kiwi continue to tighten their belts and shorten their purse strings, many of us are looking for new ways to make some extra cash.

Renovating to sell? What to splurge and what to save

With an oversupply of listings and a cost of living crisis, it’s important to strike a healthy balance between making your property listing stand out and saving yourself a bit of cash.

The ones to watch; Auckland’s up and coming outer suburbs

With an emphasis usually placed on Auckland’s inner city suburbs, keen buyers are being encouraged to look further afield and explore areas on the city’s edge.

Chilly reception? How to make selling your home in winter a success

With colder temperatures and wet weather, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the winter months may not be the best time to put your house on the market

Your guide to re-fixing in a market of high interest rates and uncertainty

For many homeowners across the country the time has come to refix your mortgage, and with inflation causing havoc for interest rates, many are now staring down the barrel of a sizeable increase to their repayments.

Auction room jitters? How to make a bid on your first property

Buying your first home can be full of twists and turns. Like the home itself, the process is full of firsts and one of them is bidding on the property at auction.

Boundary lines and markers are indicative only
Bayleys concludes one of the biggest on-market sales in Christchurch

Billed as one of the largest single development opportunities seen in the South Island in recent years, a 5.15ha landholding consented for a residential/commercial project in Christchurch’s Hornby industrial precinct has defied a generally subdued market.

Artist's impression
Waipuna Rise unveils exclusive residences in thriving property market

Nestled amidst dramatic mountain ranges, meandering rivers, and the northeastern shores of Lake Wakatipu, a new residential development is taking shape in New Zealand’s foremost adventure capital, defying the prevailing development downturn.

Arcade-adjacent investment in Takapuna’s transformation zone

A prominent commercial premises on Takapuna’s main street offers investors a passive opportunity with future upside to capitalise on the seaside suburb’s major growth plans.

Largest hotel in the central plateau for sale as freehold going-concern

The freehold property interests and accommodation and hospitality business associated with a strategically-located independent hotel in the Ruapehu district is for sale.

Boutique Fiji hotel for sale poised for bigger things

An established boutique hotel with huge growth potential in a secluded setting minutes from Fiji’s capital has gone up for sale.

Whanganui’s historic Braemar House ready for new chapter

An internationally known and loved Whanganui accommodation house that was built a century ago as the home of one of the city’s best-known postmasters is up for sale.

Chalet positioned to ride high on national park tourism trends

A European-style chalet in the North Island’s adventure capital has been placed on the market for sale, offering an opportunity for a new owner to leverage new tourism pathways or retain the residence for private use.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors pumped on potential at city-fringe site

A significant city-fringe landholding sustaining a service station and a separate standalone building presents an attractive investment opportunity, Bayleys salespeople say, offering an attractive combination of robust income return.

Diversified ‘Golden Mile’ site puffs up investor interest

A multi-tenanted property anchored by Citizens Advice Bureau and a leading vape store has gone up for sale in a prized location on Tauranga’s CBD fringe.

Waitākere Resort and Spa for sale after 80-year family legacy

The freehold going concern of Auckland’s only rainforest hotel is for sale as its long-time owners look to pass the baton on.

West Auckland commercial market update – Q2 2023

The latest West Auckland report explores the uptick in tenants recommitting to the office, the post-pandemic changes to ways of working and the price stabilisation of development land.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Front row position in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision

A well-located and generously sized warehousing property with holding income has come to the market for sale in Levin’s newest industrial subdivision, 3km from the town centre

Boundary lines are indicative only
Investors set to unlock potential as shipping container self-storage business and premises is placed on the market for sale

A well-patronised self-storage complex comprising space-efficient shipping containers in one of the Coromandel Peninsula’s most prosperous seaside towns have been placed on the market for sale.

City fringe warehouse provides scant supply solution

The scarce supply of warehousing around Auckland's critical city-fringe suburbs continues to steer investors towards well-located assets, reflected by interest in a versatile premises with dual leasing capability, Bayleys salespeople say.

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