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Smart Tips for Buying and Selling Property

Smart Tips for Buying and Selling Property and also critique of leaky building issues Recently Tina Hwang appeared on TV9’s Finance Weekly with Brenda Lee to discuss leaky houses and buildings which are an ongoing problem for the New Zealand property market. Tina Hwang discusses some of the issues relating to leaky buildings and shares […]

Mandarin Speaking Lawyers in Auckland

The lawyers at Queen City Law are speakers of Korean, Mandarin, English, Spanish, Indonesian and Tagalog. We have law teams for Immigration, Property, Commercial and Disputes and can sit down with you to make sure you get your case well represented. We are experts in helping settle Asian migrants in new lives in New Zealand. Our immigration […]

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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Why Invest In NEW ZEALAND?

Why Invest In NEW ZEALAND? Auckland Median Price has Increased 103% over the last 10 Years (Real Estate Institute of New Zealand April 2013) Queen City Law are pleased to present new opportunities for city dwellers and investors alike. Check out our new properties for sale in Central Auckland, we represent some of the best […]

Important Changes to House Valuations

Please ensure your house is correctly valued as insurers have changed the policies! Subsequent to the Canterbury earthquakes, insurers in New Zealand have radically changed house insurance and moved away from “full replacement” to a “sum insured”. This means that there is definitely more reasons to properly value your house to provide full protection for […]

Queen Residences – Executive residences in the Auckland CBD

A new property development has been added to our Properties for Sale. Announcing the availability of 273 Executive residences in the Auckland CBD. Queens Residence is designed for Owner Occupiers and Discerning Investors. There are 273 superior Executive residences. Direct Internal Lift Access to Queen Street. Two and Three bedroom flexi-rooms off the plans. Locations […]

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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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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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How can I use my KiwiSaver for a first-home withdrawal?

Are you buying your first home? Do you have a KiwiSaver account?  You may qualify for a KiwiSaver first-home withdrawal! If you have been KiwiSaver member for more than 3 years, you maybe able to withdraw your savings, your employer’s contributions and all returns (government contributions (including the $1,000.00 starter) will NOT be paid out […]

Home Buyers Guide

A few months ago Marcus Beveridge, Queen City Law principal, authored a brief guide to buying a home in Auckland. The guide was based on over a decade of conveyancing work in the Auckland property market. Queen City Law has often had to represent clients who have had property deals go sour, or property deals […]