Western Homes : March 14th 2013
66 Thursday, March 14, 2013 Western Homes MASSEY 3a Royal Road Modern home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms plus two rooms and extra bathroom in basement. LIM and Property Bag available. For Sale $409,000 View Sun 1-1.30pm www.bayleys.co.nz/150984 Kay Wilson M 027 508 8113 firstname.lastname@example.org SPILLER & LITTLE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. RANUI 36 Jillian Drive This lovely three bedroom home offers warmth and excellent outdoor flow. Watch the kids run around your 675m² section while you sit back and relax. Plenty of off street parking and garage with workshop. For Sale $389,000 View By Appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/150986 Kay Wilson M0275088113/B098310423 SPILLER & LITTLE LTD, LICENSED UNDER THE REAA 2008. 13 DAWNHAVEN DRIVE Te Atatu Peninsula D Private cul-de-sac location D Spacious four bedroom home D Extensive outdoor living Be quick, call now! Auction 2pm, Wed 20 Mar 2013 (unless sold prior) 4 Viaduct Harbour Ave, Auckland View Sat 2.15-3pm www.bayleys.co.nz/151000 Lance Mason M 021 238 3730 SPILLER & LITTLE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. www.harveys.co.nz WARNING - Very Saleable ...So don t waste time looking at overpriced homes in undesirable areas. Buy this excellent investment and you won t regret it. One level brick home, three double bedrooms, master ensuite, modern kitchen & large open plan living occupying a sunny well fenced level site are yours to love & live in. It s a superb location too where you can leave your car in the garage and walk to Westfield Shopping Mall, West Wave Aquatic Centre, schools & Public Transport. BY NEGOTIATION View Open Home Sat/Sun 2-3PM www.harveys.co.nz ID# MS2334 www.open2view.com ID# 287399 Contact Weijie Huang m. 021 557 961 Jimmy Fang m. 021 728 778 West Harbour 09 416 4497 Coutts & Co Ltd MREINZ -LicensedAgent-REAA2008 NEW LISTING www.harveys.co.nz THE QUIET LIFE! Enjoy the quiet life this 162sqm, four bedroom post 2000 s family home offers, nestled at the end of a cul-de-sac on Tui Ridge. There s room for the whole family with two separate bedroom wings on a split level. The main bedroom wing doubles as a parents retreat for peace and quiet. Open plan living spills out onto a covered deck for year round entertaining in total privacy. The 611sqm fully fenced section is a blank canvas for creative green fingers and offers security for children and pets to play in. AUCTION Saturday 6th April 2013 at 3:00pm onsite(unlesssoldprior) View Saturday and Sunday 2:30-3:00pm www.harveys.co.nz ID# NL2995 Contact Michael Gee m. 021 973 811 New Lynn 09 827 9591 Gee Realty 2001 Ltd MREINZ -LicensedAgent-REAA2008 AUCTION Building activity and consent numbers up Consents up in North, building booms in South Building activity increased by a seasonally adjusted 1.8 per cent in the December 2012 quarter according to Stat- istics New Zealand. The volume of building activity in Canterbury con- tinues to look strong, but the post-earthquake rebuild is not the sole driving force behind the national increase, industry and labour statistics manager Blair Cardno says. The rest of New Zealand experienced comparable growth. Canterbury s building activity value grew 1.5 per cent (seasonally adjusted) in the December 2012 quarter, compared with 1.3 per cent in the rest of New Zealand. In the September 2012 quarter, Canterbury s build- ing activity value surged 30 per cent, while the rest of New Zealand had a 5 per cent increase. The 1.8 per cent national rise in activity volume for the December 2012 quarter fol- lowed an increase of 9.8 per cent in the September 2012 quarter, which was the largest percentage increase in 10 years. For the country overall, non-residential building activity increased 3 per cent (seasonally adjusted) in the December 2012 quarter, while residential building activity increased 0.7 per cent. The trend for overall build- ing activity continues to show strong growth during 2012. Consent activity for new homes is also continuing in a positive direction having risen 50 percent since March 2011 according to Statistics New Zealand. Unadjusted building con- sent values were up 18 per cent in the 2012 year, com- pared with the 2011 year, Mr Cardno says. This rise has continued to flow through into building activity. We ve seen continuous steady growth in the trend for the number of new houses consented since March 2011. Over 22 months, the trend has increased by 50 percent. New housing growth con- tinued in January 2013, with a 9.6 per cent increase in the seasonally adjusted number of new non-apartment houses consented. All of the growth in Janu- ary 2013, compared with 12 months ago, was from the North Island, with increases in Auckland, Wellington, and Bay of Plenty regions, Mr Cardno says. Together, Auckland and Canterbury regions continue to contribute more than half of all new housing consents, as they have done almost every month since January 2012. The regions with the largest number of new houses consented in January 2013 were: Auckland -- 372, up 140 from January 2012 Canterbury -- 378, down 1. Housing consent numbers for January 2013, compared with January 2012, were: 1312 new houses, including apartments (up 19 per cent) 1254 new houses, excluding apartments (up 39 per cent) 58 new apartments (down 140 from 198). Earthquake-related build- ing consents in Canterbury totalled $60 million in Janu- ary 2013, boosted by $18 mil- lion for the construction of the Ferrymead Bridge. Data for building consents is obtained from all territorial authorities in New Zealand.
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