8:01 AM They're sitting on land which could be used for thousands of new Wellington homes. Now, they could face a financial sting.
Investors responsible for almost half of Auckland house sales, as prices in the capital rise at record rates.
Some property managers claim methamphetamine is too big a risk for first time landlords to manage on their own.
OPINION: An account with the Bank of Mum and Dad could be key to buying your slice of paradise.
Christchurch's New Brighton is being touted to potential Chinese buyers as one of the best coastal city development opportunities in the world.
University of Canterbury student accommodation up for auction a month after opening.
Northland builder's licence is cancelled for working without building consents and going beyond his abilities.
Key issues include public transport, keeping lakes and waterways pristine and affordable housing options.
Hunter Valley Station's new American owners want to be "good stewards", but public access groups want more.
Church develops part of its land into seven units on Auckland's North Shore.
A 1-bedroom, 69sqm apartment will set you back $740,000.
Woman stuck in the middle of a fight between owners of two units had her power and water cut off.
Marriott International plans to open a 255-room Four Points hotel in central Auckland later this year.
Auckland property speculators get $70K on average for each sale from the 'morally questionable' practice.
Trinity Network Real Estate founder Ben Dellabarca sheds light on buying apartments from plans.
New online community of savers hopes to be a "buyers club" for would-be homeowners.
Houses with massive man caves, private cinemas, and art galleries are some of the best indoor entertainment offerings we've picked out from properties currently on the market.
Stonestead one of the oldest houses in the Upper Hutt area is for sale
Puhoi River Canoe Hire has been run from a beautiful homestead for the last 26 years. Now, the property and business is for sale.
Its former owner said it could become the next Palm Springs and now it has been sold.
OPINION: Should older industrial areas be turned at least partially into housing?
It seems like a great way to make easy money, but watch out for some insurance fishhooks.
Making way for a six-property subdivision, a 112-year-old building is cut up and put in storage.
A $300 million luxury apartment project has international developers for a reason.
More people, more shoppers are destined for Petone.