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  • Iso-vival Guide 2020 – Part 1

    At a loss as to how to spend your days for the next few weeks? We’re here to help! Our Iso-vival Guide will give you some inspo on how to pass the time and have some fun with your iso-buddies. Stay safe, stay home. Friday Night – Iso-date Night: Listen … Read more

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  • Ray White Remuera auction campaigns smash $14M

    Top international powerhouse Ray White Remuera embraced their inner-jazz hands this week, and in doing so, sold eight of 10 properties via the auction method for a combined total of $NZ14,351,000. On the night, Ray White New Zealand Chief Auctioneer John Bowring....

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  • Strong February results for Ray White New Zealand

    The Ray White New Zealand group results for February 2020 saw a strong increase in the sales value in comparison to 12 months ago. This has continued the strong start of sales in the area of residential property. The median....

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  • A Strong Start to 2020 for Ray White New Zealand

    The Ray White New Zealand group results for January 2020 saw a strong increase in the sales value in comparison to 12 months ago. After a record sales month in December 2019 which saw prices increase; the median sales price....

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  • Slice of Paradise for sale for first time in 68 years

    Overlooked by towering mountains like Mt Earnslaw, it’s featured in almost 20 movies and is used for about 10 TV commercial shoots a year. Sir Ian McKellen, who starred as Gandalf in one of those movies, The Lord of the Rings, calls it his favourite place on earth. In the … Read more

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  • Ain’t no mountain high enough! Bas Smith summits Denali

    Bas Smith (left) and Harry Taylor (right) at Denali summit. “Certainly one of the adventure highlights of my life… it was a fantastic achievement to pull this off in the style that we did.” That’s how Ray White Queenstown Principal Director Bas Smith described summiting Denali, the highest mountain peak … Read more

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  • Bed tax battle lines

    Two accommodation giants are taking different approaches in the bed tax debate, as a lobby group of local providers up the rhetoric on social media. Airbnb are proving perhaps unlikely allies for Jim Boult, having been under the gun from council in the past few years. Commissioners watered down a … Read more

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  • Out for the count in the CBD

    Levelling-off of pedestrian numbers is the main feature of Colliers International’s latest Queenstown CBD foot traffic count. The agency’s done counts across the CBD during a March day for the past 15 years – counting pedestrians for half-hour periods at 10am, 3pm and 8pm. Last year’s record count was nearly … Read more

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  • Growth towns in NZ: Cromwell’s new boom

    Cromwell has known booms and busts since it was founded by goldminers. Now there’s a new rush going on, with people flocking to the town once again – and Cromwell is struggling to keep up! Today, the town’s boundary is bulging, its margins expanding as it copes with rapid development. There are … Read more

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  • Motel property rare offering

    A premium Queenstown motel property is on the market for the first time in 25 years. By the Frankton Road gateway to the CBD, family-owned-and-managed Queenstown Motel Apartments is for sale by tender, closing November 8. What’s reasonably rare is that the land, the buildings and the business are selling … Read more

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  • One of New Zealand’s finest homes for sale

    Possibly New Zealand’s most exclusive address, 54 Twin Peak View sits within Wyuna Preserve, an exclusive gated community 30 minutes drive from Queenstown, New Zealand. The private and secure Twin Peak View home is housed on one of only 34 outstanding parcels of land in Wyuna Preserve, a simply breathtaking development … Read more

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  • Hanley Downs demand continues

    A 102-section sell-out at Hanley’s Farm proves there’s still massive demand for Queenstown residential land. Sales at the subdivision – between Frankton and Jack’s Point – have now jumped from 257 to 359, though there’s zoning for 1400-odd more. In the latest release, the first in 16 months, pre-registered buyers … Read more

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