Hell-OOOO Buyers' Market!

Timing is everything, people.

With spring just around the corner, it's finally time for some fun... cruising open homes for the perfect Kiwi back garden!

I appreciate how many of you have felt frustrated and pulled back or soldiered on this year with so many unexpected things being thrown at you. Your patience has just been rewarded.
Top economic commentator, Tony Alexander, thinks most interest rates may have peaked at last. His opinion was posted just as one major bank dropped their special first buyer rate. His opinion backs up the sentiment of the July Property Report. For more of Tony's nouse, you can sign-up for his free weekly Tony’s View www.tonyalexander.nz. After all, a well-informed buyer is a successful buyer. 


According to the 31 July 2022 Property Report, New Zealand is in a National Buyers' Market for the first time in over a decade!

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It's a SIGN - shorter assessment times:
After months of hard yakka, it looks like, the banks want your business again. I expect a flood of new applications to come forward once people realize there are more houses on the market and rates are stabilizing. You CAN get a better rate  (just if you are a first buyer with a 20% deposit and a great application. 
What constitutes a great application?
I’m glad you asked. Typically, a professional file contains all the on-point notes and documents in one complete package specifically pitched for the right product and bank, so your assessor can say ‘yes’ without a huge palaver. Given the complexity and time involved in the application process, we strongly recommend you consult a mortgage adviser. 

Buyers Corner:

Important Update:
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Let’s talk. 
If you're in the market for a property this year, don't wait for the hordes arriving with overseas cash in hand to make your move. And if you are planning your return or freshly back on NZ soil, check out our Expats Advice First Page.

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