Commercial properties hit by the economic effects of coronavirus could have lost as much as one-quarter of their value or more, laying bare the scale of the damage being wrought across American malls, hotels and other commercial buildings.
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A residential subdivision on the outskirts of Invercargill has had a boost in section sales since the Covid-19 lockdown.
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OPINION: This past week I have given presentations to property investors and real estate agents in Rotorua, Nelson, Dunedin, and Wellington.
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Being mortgage-free and having a big pile of cash is tempting, but there are some fishhooks to buying in a place where houses are a super cheap.
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When Covid-19 wrecked overseas travel plans for Aucklanders Paul and Gayle Davies, they bought a mobile bach instead.
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Calgary’s new multi-family homes market — rental, townhome and condominium — has muddled through major economic headwinds so far this year, but held its own thanks to a focus on affordability, a new report has found.
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A report from Altus Group compiled from information supplied by 20 members of BILD-Calgary Region shows the northeast quadrant of Calgary was the busiest for sales of single-family homes in July.
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The Calgary housing market is showing a low degree of vulnerability in four areas measured by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s (CMHC) Housing Market Assessment (HMA).
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Edmonton’s townhome segment is powering the new multi-family market as the city’s real estate market struggles through the one-two-punch of the pandemic and the long-running oil slump, a new report reveals.
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They just went for it.
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