Property Development

List of Properties for Sale

28-32 Shortland Street

Location: 28-32 Shortland Street , Auckland City
Floor area: approx 2,200 m2
Asking Price: $45,000,000

 

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Mangere Gateway

Location: Auckland Airport
Floor area: 21.77 hectares more or les
Asking Price: NZ$31,0000,000

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Greys Avenue

Location: 85-89 Greys Avenue, Auckand CBD, Auckland
Floor area: 5486 square metres
Asking Price: $21,000,000.00

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Property Development – Case Studies

QCL has acted on the construction of some 2000 apartments in Auckland’s CBD & spearheaded consent projects for some of New Zealand’s largest ever property developments.

Can I sponsor my parents for residency in New Zealand?

If you have held your residence visa for at least 3 years, you may be eligible to sponsor your parents for residency.

How do I prove that I am a bona fide applicant?

Queen City Law are experts in immigration law with a huge passion for smoothing the process of getting new migrants settled in New Zealand.

Has your visa expired? You can request a new visa under section 61

My visa expired what do I do? It can be tricky for those on student visas and those on work visas to know what to do next.

Getting a divorce in New Zealand? Things to know.

It is difficult moving to a new country and sometimes those stresses can lead to breakdown of a relationship. Married overseas? You can get a divorce in NZ.

The successful outcome meant everything to us as anything less could have had life changing consequences and we are so very grateful for your expertise, networks and the speed with which you were able to successfully turn around our affairs.

On behalf of KNC CONSTRUCTION Limited and a number of associated companies and trusts, I would like to personally thank you for the excellent way you have represented our interests over the last 10 years with unswerving professionalism and trust.

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RLWT….WTF??

Thought you were all over the recent tax changes arising from the introduction of the bright line tax (aka capital gains tax)? Then consider this: Debbie is an English citizen but has permanent residence in New Zealand. She has just completed a science degree (IT). Max is a South African citizen and has a work […]

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Employment 101: Common Questions in Employment

QCL Lawyer Tina Hwang answers some common questions in regards to Employment Law. What is the difference between a casual and permanent employee? There is no statutory definition of “casual” employees. A Casual employee is normally hired to do specific work for short time periods and works on an “as required” basis. If a worker […]

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How do I prove that I am a bona fide applicant?

If you are applying for a visitor or student visa, it is likely that Immigration New Zealand will raise concerns in regards to whether you are a bona fide applicant. This blog post will explore how Immigration New Zealand determines whether you are a bona fide aka genuine applicant. What does bona fide applicant mean? […]

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How to Buy a House in New Zealand – essential tips for first home buyers

Are you a first home buyer? Have you just moved to New Zealand? Do you know what a ‘conditional’ agreement is or an ‘unconditional’ agreement is? Do you know what the difference is between buying a house at auction or by negotiation? In an ideal world, you would seek legal advice before you sign a […]

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QCL Holiday Season hours

Marcus & the team here at QCL wish you a safe & happy holiday season as well as a prosperous new year! Our offices will be closed from midday Friday December 23rd 2016 and will re-open Wednesday January 11th 2016.  Thank you to all for great 2016, we look forward to working with you in […]

INVESTOR (INVESTOR 2) CATEGORY CHANGES

Summary of changes There have been recent changes to the Investor (Investor 2) Category. Please refer to the below summary of changes: i. Increase of funds required for Investor 2 migrants to $3million; ii. Reduction in points for investment funds; iii. Removal of the requirement for Investor 2 applicants to hold $1 million in settlement […]

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Trees and Neighbours

“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature all ridicule and deformity…and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.” – William Blake It is […]

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New QCL Legal Executive -Tamiko Shack

Tamiko is a New Zealand registered Legal Executive at Queen City Law. She commenced working at Queen City Law in November 2016 having returned to New Zealand after five years abroad. Tamiko deals primarily in property law and estate planning, including conveyancing, leasing, property finance, wills and trusts. Tamiko was born in Auckland and grew […]

Tax Time

Introduced with effect from 1 October 2015 was the capital gains tax which according to our Prime Minister was not a capital gains tax. However you will be subject to tax in New Zealand if you sold a residential property in New Zealand, within 2 years of acquisition, that was not your “main home” regardless […]

Effect of recent earthquakes on lending requirements

As most people will be aware there have been some major tectonic movements felt around the country in the last few weeks. This has caused further movement in both banks and insurance providers to review their requirements for providing insurance and loans for purchasers looking to buy in certain regions of the country. ANZ Bank […]