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    Free online Property Investment Course from iFindProperty, a residential investment property agency.

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    thanks Nick - this is a great source of data

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    Hmmm, that site says this -

    Note, recent publicity about rent prices in Wellington exceeding Auckland is simply fake. The survey was from advertised vacancies, not actual rents. Aucklandís surplus means that lower priced dwellings are included, but a shortage in Wellington means most lower priced dwellings are taken off the market quickly or are advertised on Facebook during January (seen last year), hence inflating the average price of advertised properties. MBIE publishes actual bond prices on a monthly basis, so this data is based on the actual prices agreed by tenants and landlords, with some adjustments if some higher or lower suburbs have more or fewer recently rented properties.

    It is not correct to say Trademe data is fake. It is just different. And some of the comment above is based on assertions that may or may not be correct, eg about advertising Wellington vacancies.

    Tenancy Services sets out the differences here -

    http://www.tenancy.govt.nz/rent-bond...ental-figures/

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post
    It is not correct to say Trademe data is fake. It is just different. And some of the comment above is based on assertions that may or may not be correct, eg about advertising Wellington vacancies.
    It's very trendy to say stuff is 'fake' rather than point out the basis for the differences (as you suggest).
    Trendy and lazy.


 

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