Tighter lending and high prices slows Auckland property market

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A combination of tighter mortgage lending restrictions and perceptions that residential property is fully priced continues to slow activity in Auckland housing market, the latest overview report suggests. In September new listings were down and sales numbers and prices were restrained and so far the normal spring lift has not materialised, says the report from […] The post Tighter lending and high prices slows Auckland property market appeared first on PropertyWire . Taylor Scott International

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