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Achieving a Beautiful and Functional Bathroom

April 26, 2017

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Say goodbye to toiletries lining the bath edge, overcrowded vanities, and clothes ‘hung’ on the floor with these great ideas that will turn your bathroom into a beautifully functional and clutter-free space. Smart Storage Your bathroom should be a clean, calm and uncluttered space. It is the place where you prepare yourself for the day […]

Freshen Up Your Home...

February 15, 2017

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Whether you have been craving a new look or just simply want to refresh a room, you live in a house that you own or a small rented apartment, we have a few, low-cost ideas that will instantly help you fall in love with you surroundings…    A natural woven basket used for storage can bring a […]

Mortgage rates fall below 5 per cent

July 7, 2015

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The sub-5 per cent mortgage rate is back on offer with three major banks dropping their fixed term rates in the last week. BNZ became the latest bank to cut its two year fixed term rate to 4.99 per cent yesterday following on the back of Kiwibank and ASB’s special offers. Mortgage broker Bruce Patten […]

Carpark-sized pad in central city sells for $104,000

July 7, 2015

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It’s 7.9sq m inside, has no kitchen, sink or toilet and fits little more than a single bed – but a buyer has just paid $104,000 for the shoebox living space. The pint-size one-bedroom central Auckland abode – which has an official floor area of 9sq m – is smaller than most car parks and […]

Auckland's property market pushes NZ up Asia-Pacific house price index

July 7, 2015

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Auckland’s red-hot housing market has propelled New Zealand to almost top a new Asia-Pacific house price index. Only the tightly constrained Hong Kong, with its “crazy” apartment prices, out-ranked New Zealand in terms of percentage changes for the last year and last quarter, the chart shows. Global property consultancy Knight Frank released the data which […]