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Myth or fact: is there actually a best time when selling a house? Yes — and no. There are actually a few key considerations to make when it comes to choosing the right (and most favourable) time to put your property on the market, so make sure you think about the following.

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Regions outpace Auckland in mixed February real estate market. Median house prices firmed slightly and sales volumes lifted across New Zealand during February as the market exited the holiday period, according to the latest market statistics released by the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ). See below for the latest regional commentary from around the country.

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It’s a good time to be a landlord in New Zealand. Not only is your property, on average, $55,000 more valuable than this time last year, according to TradeMe data, but median rents across the nation have also seen some serious gains.

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You know how they say ‘first impressions count’—well this is certainly true when it comes to your home. Landscaping can have a big effect on home value. It’s kind of scary to think that right there, before even stepping foot inside the door, the value of your property can be increased, or decreased, by its curb appeal.

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Mutual respect. It’s the key to any good relationship, from family and friends, to partners and business stakeholders. The same is true for a landlord and their tenants - without shared understanding and the ability for both parties to look after each other’s interests, then there is no chance for a mutually beneficial partnership to bloom.

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