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  1. #1
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    Default 1 beddies getting crazy!

    Rent for a one-bedroom property has passed the $300 mark in all Auckland suburbs, according to the latest Barfoot and Thompson figures.



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    did the barfoot figures show rents in Auckland are on the climb ?

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    I have a one bedder in Puke, rented out for $280. Nice to see some room for improvement.

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    Wait, all suburbs? I've got a 3bed in Clendon Park renting at $420; are 1beds there seriously renting over $300?
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    I advertised a studio/granny flat under my house a few months ago at $300pw. No laundry, only a kitchenette. Went quickly and had good interest (Kohi/St Heliers).

    Which makes me shake my head every day as I drive home from work and see a certain sign by the road. Professional couple with 1 child looking for a 2-3+ bedroom house in the area. Budget? $350-$500. They're dreaming.
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    saw that too

    thought much the same thing

    you're putting up a cardboard sign on a heavily walked path why?

    because you've tried the local agencies and you don't want to pay the market rate

    which shows you think you're a little special and deserve special treatment

    good luck with that

    meanwhile am struggling to get a tenant in an inner city 1 bed to pay $310pw

    market for same is $330 - $360

    "can you give me a special deal?"

    "you've already got the special deal"
    have you defeated them?
    your demons

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    can you give me a special deal?"

    "you've already got the special deal"

    Try commercial mate...And yeah those people who want a cheap house; Mission Bay not really the place to look for those.
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidinz View Post
    I advertised a studio/granny flat under my house a few months ago at $300pw. No laundry, only a kitchenette. Went quickly and had good interest (Kohi/St Heliers).

    Which makes me shake my head every day as I drive home from work and see a certain sign by the road. Professional couple with 1 child looking for a 2-3+ bedroom house in the area. Budget? $350-$500. They're dreaming.
    they might want to sub-let it? and just fishing for clueless landlords?

    on the other hand, totally irrelevant I know, but in Welly 1beds are already going for over $300 (inner suburbs, not up in the hutt)

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    My bedsit in an outer suburb of Tauranga been getting rent over $300 for the last 2 years.

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    if councils all over the country

    want to address the homeless + housing problems

    esp. for people with "complex needs"

    they need to allow the construction of lots + lots of cheap box

    better compact and affordable flats

    than large and unaffordable townhouses, or cars, garages + caravans

    as a nation we just can't afford gold plated solutions on our poor productivity

    things like being allowed to stand on a bus where all the seats are taken

    better than standing at a bus stop watching 3 buses "full" of only seated passengers drive past

    councils should be focused on riding the population waves

    not standing on the beach yelling "no, no, no" as they get swamped
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