Planning expert, Jennifer Keesmaat shows how Toronto is resolving its affordability versus liveability dilemma to point the way forward for Auckland.
After fifty years, siblings Aniva and Ness are selling their family home at 4 Castle Street, Grey Lynn. Even though it will be hard to say goodbye, they will cherish their memories.
Long gone the tarnish of second hand in a one stop shop department store that celebrates timeless quality and the notion of recycling.
A truly unique home with a genuine vibe from a bygone era sitting on a beautifully revived section of native bush.
In just a few days, you will be given the new value of your home, as assessed by Auckland Council for rating purposes. We take a look at how these figures are calculated, how they affect the…
For many families and retirees alike Herne Bay is Auckland’s Holy Grail suburb – and for good reason. If this popular city-fringe community is on your radar and price is paramount, then this…
In 2003, at age 42, abstract figurative artist Viky Garden gave herself permission to dedicate her life to the talent she was born with.
Well, the deal is finally done and we have a brand new government in waiting. Will this new coalition change things in the real estate market? – We doubt it.
As the urban commute becomes busier, parking spaces fewer and parking costs skyrocket, stylish Italian scooters are again riding a wave of popularity.
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