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Can I afford an Inner City Executive Apartment in New Zealand?

Many people ask themselves Can I afford an Inner City Executive Apartment in New Zealand? Well for a short time you can. 100 FREEHOLD STRATA Superior Exclusive Residences remaining. Designed for Owner Occupiers and Discerning Investors. This is living. Where Quality, Lifestyle & Location Are Redefined.Only Minutes Walk To The Office.Relax & Unwind Park Residences […]

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The Limit for High LVR Mortgage Lending – What is it and how can this affect me?

What is a High LVR mortgage and how does the RBNZ affect what you pay for a mortgage in New Zealand? High LVR mortgages are mortgages or home loans that have a higher loan-to-value ratio (LVR) in comparison to the LVR set for other loans. Basically mortgages with a higher LVR means the amount you […]

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Prendos Property and Construction Law 2013 Award Nomination

Queen City Law are delighted to announce we have been nominated in the following award category –  Prendos Property and Construction Law. The voting period started on Friday 6 September and will continue until 3 October. All registered voters will be sent an email containing a link to the online voting form, which they will […]

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Mortgage checklist (things you should know before signing any bank loan documents)

Property Lawyer Tina Hwang at Queen City Law has recently updated our Mortgage checklist. The Checklist is available for download as a pdf here. You can find many more useful legal resources, infosheets and checklists in our Law Library. Lets look at the things you should know before signing any bank loan documents. In signing […]

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Residential Construction Agreements- things to watch out for!

Residential Construction has often thrown up difficult problems in NZ property law. Contracts and Agreements are widely used and tested in court making most problems expensive, stressful, and slow to resolve. This week Tina Hwang, Queen City Law Construction lawyer, examines some of the upcoming changes that will be brought to bear by The Building […]

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Subdivision Process and Unit Title Process – whats involved

Queen City Law have uploaded two new documents to the Construction and Residential Property Library. If you are considering subdividing your property then the process below will give you an idea of what is involved and role of the surveyor. The second document explores the process of Unit titles and what is involved in the […]

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Auckland Construction Projects Gallery

Queen City Law are proud to represent a variety of dynamic Central Auckland property developments and construction projects. We have over fifteen years experience in navigating construction and development from drafting board to sale. Queen City Law are well placed to assist you. We are committed to excellent service for our clients and are focused on […]

Leaky Building Purchasers

Queen City Law have published a new article to the Law Library by Ross Dillon This time dispute resolution specialist Ross Dillon has explored a very unfortunate case for Auckland property buyers. Buying houses in New Zealand can harbour unseen dangers as a decade of leaky building claims has shown. Nationally the cost of leaky […]

Small Apartments - High Sales

Small Apartments – High Sales

There is a huge demand for apartments in Auckland Central with some saying the number of sales are the highest in the last 5 years! Check out the following articles from the  Herald showing Auckland’s plan for a million more “shoebox” apartments.   Article on the approval of draft unitary plan Article on reduction of […]

NZLS PLS Best Practice Guide – Property Information Packs

This Guide has been prepared jointly between the Property Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society and the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand to assist lawyers and real estate licensees in addressing some of the practical difficulties that may arise from the Real Estate Agents Disciplinary Tribunal’s decision in LB and QB v […]

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