Leakage alert – houses built between the late 1980s and mid-2000s

You probably have wondered why so many houses in New Zealand are wrapped in white plastic foil. They must be new right? Unfortunately, the explanation is not so bright. The wrapping can be the sign of a leaky home. If you are looking for buying a house or even just rent one, you are very much advised to watch out to avoid leaky homes. Leaky homes were mainly built in the 1980’s – 2000’s. The construction of the houses, the material that were used looked promising for some years. However in the 1990’s the used plaster-style monolithic cladding system started

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Invest in property on the North Island NZ

Investing on the North Island New Zealand has always been a good idea. However it is always beneficiary to know what can be expected from the different regions.   Auckland Auckland is the Heart of the North Island, with it’s almost 1,5 million citizens it is the biggest city of New Zealand. In 2018 the Auckland region was responsible for almost 38% of the GDP of New Zealand, based on the statistics revealed by Stats NZ Tatauranga Aotearoa. Out of all regions, Auckland has the highest median house prices, therefore investing in that region has the highest capital consumption. To

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