Property values across New Zealand’s major centres recorded a diverse performance in August, ranging from a 0.4% fall in Auckland to a 1.2% rise in Dunedin.
CoreLogic has identified that the 92 top performing suburbs for property value growth since the pre-GFC peak are all in Auckland, with Kelvin Heights (Queenstown) coming in as the number one non-Auckland suburb in 93rd position. According to research analyst Kelvin Davidson, whichever way you cut the data,...
Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and Hamilton still top NZ’s population rankings, but fifth place now goes to Tauranga instead of Dunedin. But just because these six main centres are the biggest, they’re not necessarily always the most interesting (or indicative) in terms of property dynamics…which is...
Most of our main data measures are effectively tracking sideways at the moment. So with ‘nothing to see here’, it’s given me time to delve into the hot topics currently circulating the property market.
Over the past five years, the value of two bedroom houses has grown by more than those in the 4-6 bedroom category across the majority of the country. Given the smaller deposits required in these times of low affordability and restricted credit flows, this pattern of value growth seems logical.
Humble Kawerau, sitting close to thermal springs and the tourist delights of Rotorua and the Bay of Plenty, has emerged as New Zealand's best performing property market.
Ever had that delightful emotional rollercoaster of an experience when you see a property you love, but have to sell your existing home before you can buy it, so you put in an offer ‘subject to sale’ and cross your fingers that the deal doesn’t fall over?
Employment growth remains high with the continued rise in dwelling consents also illustrating that there is strong demand for property. The prospect of low and stable mortgage rates into 2019 will also support property values.
New Zealand is currently in the midst of one of the three biggest booms for building consents that we’ve ever had.
Mortgaged investors have found the market somewhat tough going in the past few years, while first home buyers have retained a better hold. Further wariness by banks to lend interest-only may see these patterns continue for a while yet.
Property market performance across the main centres continues to be subdued based on July’s index, except in Wellington where a strong recovery was evident.
According to the June quarter CoreLogic New Zealand Quarterly Property Economic Market Review released today market conditions slightly weakened.
Bruce Wiggins has joined property data and analytics provider CoreLogic in their Valuation Risk & Compliance team.
Vero Insurance, part of Suncorp New Zealand, has partnered with CoreLogic to implement Symbility Solutions, a platform that will automate the claims process, and improve the claims experience for customers.
CoreLogic is celebrating the well-deserved recognition of Chris Weir - Principal Architect, who has been named as a finalist in the ‘Professional Of The Year’ category at the 2017 New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards (NZSEA).
March 03, 2017, Irvine, Calif. – CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced today that President and CEO, Anand Nallathambi, passed away on March 2, 2017, after a brief illness. “On behalf of the CoreLogic Board of...
CoreLogic NZ Ltd is delighted to have recently received accreditation to the New Zealand Partnerships for International Development Fund (Partnerships Fund) with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).
We’re delighted to announce that CoreLogic has been named as a finalist in two categories of the New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards 2016.
Auto & General is the first Australian insurance provider to implement an advanced home insurance claim workflow and estimating system, in partnership with data and analytics company CoreLogic and cloud-based software group Symbility Solutions.
As technology moves forward, real estate agents and the like can harness its power to boost their business. But will it add or take away jobs?
CoreLogic are pleased to be named in IDC Financial Insights FinTech Top 100 companies for a fourth consecutive year, coming in at number 17 for 2014.
CoreLogic have been recognised as a finalist in the 2014 New Zealand Spatial Excellence Awards in the Innovation and Commercialisation category. This comes on the back of our power line height clearance and risk analysis work through Street Cam 3D that we have done for a client in Auckland.
Jonno Ingerson, CoreLogic's Director of Research, spoke on National Radio this morning about the state of the property market, especially in reference to Auckland.
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