Investment opportunities in South Auckland

The sale and lease of commercial, industrial and retail property is at the very core of Bayleys operations. With more than 200 agents working from 35 commercial and industrial offices across New Zealand, Bayleys is unmatched in the New Zealand property industry. Our detailed successes are evident in the sale of all types of commercial property including retail holdings ranging…

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Vertical Village rising in Auckland City

SugarTree is a freehold apartment development fronting Union and Nelson Streets in Auckland’s desirable Freemans Bay/CBD area. It focuses on the essential ingredients that are required to create a community of residents within a city. High quality designed luxurious apartments mixed with spacious landscaped gardens and retail, allowing residents to live, work, socialize and entertain all in their own unique…

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Professionalism towers on strong business ethics

When we learnt that Bayleys Real Estate Investment Property Sales Executive Tony Chaudhary won two awards within the Bayley Group recently, we were not surprised. For, winning awards and receiving accolades from superiors, colleagues and most importantly customers has almost become a habit with this young and energetic executive, who is a source of inspiration for many. Bayleys declared him…

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Innovative coatings add to interior décor

While location and quality of construction dictate the market value of a property, interior décor enhances its aesthetic value. However, all interior decorations, including those used for commercial, industrial and residential purposes, age over time and hence it is important to consider the options available in the market. Wall coatings are stated to be among the most cost-effective options. Ideal…

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Building materials get tax relief

Duties on plasterboard, reinforcing steel bar and wire nails and tariffs on building products like roofing, cladding, insulation, paints, electrical and plumbing fittings will be removed temporarily to increase competition and improve housing affordability. Reducing the costs of building materials is an important part of the Government’s programme to improve housing affordability. Removing these duties and tariffs will increase competition…

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$30 million boost for Social Housing Fund

The Government is providing an additional $30 million of operating spending in Budget 2014 to help the community housing sector provide homes for high-need families. The community housing sector will be able to help hundreds more high-need New Zealand families get access to a warm, dry, affordable home. This initiative is part of the Government’s social housing reforms and our…

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