HLC Ltd has begun a programme with its builder-partners to increase the supply of new homes at or below the median price of homes in the vicinity of Hobsonville Point, currently $884,000.
The net inflow of migrants continued to rise in June, reaching a record 72,305 for the June year – and 50% of that total was into Auckland.
Aside from the financial upheaval in the construction division of Fletcher Building Ltd, subsidiary company The Fletcher Construction Co Ltd told SkyCity Entertainment Group Ltd last Thursday that completion of its NZ international convention centre would be delayed.
One suburban unit sold at Bayleys’ auction in Takapuna on Thursday.
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Fletcher Building Ltd announced its second hefty cut in earnings guidance for the year yesterday, but cushioned it by issuing a statement that ignored the first target in the opening comparison – before its contracting ploys went disastrously wrong.
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A CityLife unit sold under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson’s apartments auction yesterday, but the 5 apartments that followed were all passed in. At the agency’s second city auction for the day, a suburban unit in Onehunga sold under the hammer – and a vacant rear section in Parnell (pictured) beat them all.
2 leasehold apartments – one in the Docks and the other in the Sebel – plus a unit in the Metropolis were sold at Ray White City Apartments’ auction yesterday, leaving 4 other units unsold.
The owner of 2 leasehold apartments in the Quay Park precinct one at Hudson Brown and the other at The Landings, sold both under the hammer at City Sales’ auction yesterday.