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Taranaki Real Estate Blog

What is a buyers market?

You will often hear the media talk about buyer’s markets and seller’s markets, which begs the question – what do these terms mean? In the real estate world, a buyers market describes a situation where

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Taranaki Stories: TSB Festival of Lights

Hayley Olliver’s eyes light up as she recounts favourite childhood memories of wandering wide-eyed around New Plymouth’s famed TSB Festival of Lights at the city’s iconic Pukekura Park. And it’s with the same enthusiasm that

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Taranaki Stories: West End Precinct

Daniel Fleming’s enthusiasm is palpable. There’s pride for the world-class accommodation, hospitality, retail and arts precinct that has been created at the western edge of New Plymouth’s CBD, and excitement for the growth and development

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Taranaki Stories: Multi Ethnic Council

The aromatic scent of exotic flavours drifts across the air, while not far away a group of women draped in beautiful, brightly coloured traditional dress captivates the crowd with a mesmerising dance. It’s a celebration

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How to set up your home office

Many of us have fallen in love with working from home over the last few years: the 5-second commute, attending ‘meetings’ in your track pants, no one stealing your snacks from the office fridge. The

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How to handle an estate sale

If you are reading this then you might have just been through one of life’s most emotional transitions: A death in the family. And now, you need to deal with one of life’s most stressful

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Is the market starting to turn?

Are we switching from a hot, seller’s market to a more balanced market? In some centres around the country, we’re starting to hear of open homes getting a little bit quieter and fewer offers being

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How to reconnect with your home

Shelter. Aside from air and water, it’s the most important human need. Where would we be without a place to call home? Whether it’s an apartment, a townhouse, a quarter-acre block, a minivan or a

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Taranaki Stories: Americarna

For a few magic days each February, red, white and blue drapes the region, the smell of motor oil and car polish hangs in the air, and the roads rumble with the purr of hundreds

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