Real estate property sales, rental and management · Queenstown

Don't miss these properties

Previous Next

Ray White Queenstown

Ray White Queenstown specialise in selling, renting and the management of residential, lifestyle, rural, farming and commercial properties in Queenstown and the surrounding areas.  In a market of close to 20 real estate agencies, we are long established in the region as a trusted and recognised brand – offering a … Read more read on

Featured News

Real Estate Queenstown

The White Report – July 2016

Dan White on the results, news and events for July and looking forward to the month ahead. July was the first month in many years in which we have witnessed reduced real estate sales activity right across Australia and New Zealand. Overall, our sales results was $3.16b … read on

Hansen brand ambassador for Ray White

All Black coach Steve Hansen has appeared in a new $500,000-plus advertising campaign for national real estate agency chain Ray White. Carey Smith, the agency's chief executive, said Hansen was signed up through till March 2018 and Smith's own home was used in the photo and … read on
real estate Queenstown

$30m worker housing fix

A $30 million-plus worker housing complex is proposed to combat Queenstown’s crippling short-term rental crunch. A company headed by part-time Queenstowner Roy Thompson this week lodged a resource consent application for two six-storey buildings on Gorge Road, close to the … read on
real estate Queenstown

Linksgate takes shape

Arrowtown’s first new subdivision for about 15 years is hitting the market as news comes that the historic township has become Queenstown’s second million-dollar suburb. Linksgate – developed by Christchurch-based Suburban Estates – comprises 24 sections off Manse … read on
Wyuna Preserve

Top-end splurge boosts agency

A Queenstown real estate agency is recording a splurge in the sale of high value sites in the Wakatipu. These range from lots for superhomes at Wyuna Preserve, near Glenorchy, and Jack’s Point’s The Preserve, to hotel development sites in Queenstown and Arthurs Point. Ray … read on
queenstown real estate

$100m Frankton plan OK’ed

Construction of a $100 million retail and hospitality town centre on Queenstown's fast-exploding Frankton Flats starts late this year. Auckland developer Queenstown Central Ltd last Friday gained resource consent for its proposed 4.7-hectare complex, opposite the Grant Road … read on
Ray White Queenstown

Ray White signs deal with Lianjia as it launches into China

Ray White has expanded its agency services to China, signing an agreement to list new and old properties for sale with China's largest real estate agency, Lianjia, also known as Homelink. Lianjia, which has more than 6000 branches in over 25 cities in China, will co-list Ray … read on

NZ’s most expensive hotel

A new low-rise development joined to a historic hotel is changing Queenstown's lakefront and its operator predicts it will command New Zealand's most expensive new hotel room rate at $10,000 a night. Alongside Eichardt's Private Hotel directly across the road from Lake … read on
Soudley Court sections for sale - Jacks Point

The Final Countdown!

The set date of sale of sixteen Soudley Court sections at exclusive Jack’s Point is looming, with just over a week for interested parties to prepare their offers. There has been much interest in these centrally located sections with several prior offers already accepted by … read on
Real Estate Queenstown

The White Report – June 2016

It’s been a wonderful month for Group recognition. First, Ray White has been recognised in EY’s Top 50 Global Family Business Index for 2016. It was an honour to be included with so many famous global family businesses. The prestigious Family Business Summit is now a key … read on

Ray White raises more than $16,000 in Sky Challenge

Ray White real estate has raised more than $16,000 for the Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand (LBC) in the annual Auckland Sky Tower Stair Challenge. Nineteen Ray White employees took part in the challenge, several for the fourth year in a row. Ray White New Zealand chief … read on
Queenstown Airport - November 2015 Passenger Numbers

ZQN Airport Monthly Passenger Update – JUNE 2016

Passenger numbers are growing strongly, with 1.6 million passengers passing through Queenstown Airport in the 12 months to June 2016. June is historically one of the airport’s quietest months but increased airline capacity and the new domestic and international evening services … read on

Small Jack’s Point lots hit market

Sixteen affordable sections at the heart of Queenstown's burgeoning Jack's Point have hit the market. Touted as the golf course resort's most affordable land at present, Soudley Court is opposite both the Clubhouse and Restaurant and the long-awaited village hub, which will … read on
16Jun-500-Five-Mile-A (1)

Green light for Red Shed shift

Two major tenants at Queenstown's Remarkables Park are off to Five Mile as the battle between Frankton Flats' two shopping centres gathers pace. The Warehouse and co-owned Noel Leeming are moving to anchor Five Mile's second stage, a $40 million development now under way by … read on
tourism picture

Growth in autumn visitor arrivals

International tourism’s steady rise has continued through the month of May with figures released today showing year-end international visitor growth of 10.6 per cent compared to the previous 12 months. Holiday arrivals also grew 15.6 per cent in the 12 months to May 2016, … read on
Please enable javascript to get the most out of this site.