New Zealand

New Zealand government recently passed legislation to control the sales of homes to foreigners. Foreigners with the exception of Australians and Singaporeans are banned from buying homes in New Zealand; Australians and Singaporeans are exempt because of free-trade deals. The move increases not only the demand for home rental, but opens up opportunities for foreigners who are truly interested in property investment and/or are perhaps considering residency in New Zealand.

The rules for overseas people buying or building residential property in New Zealand may have changed to permit only residents and citizens to buy homes to live in, but other investment opportunities are available and have in fact become more viable.


Market Trends

Forces for Growth

  • Immigration Population Growth
  • Immigration Population Growth
  • Increased Government Student Allowances
  • Grants for First Home Buyers
  • Relaxing Loan to Value Rules
  • Growth in Population for 2nd/3rd tier cities boosted by Government Policies

Local Sentiments

  • House prices hit new hights in 6 regions
  • House values in Dunedin up 2.4%
  • House prices skyrocket in Dunedin, Invercargill
  • Dunedin housing market never busier

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We are a foreigner-owned property investment company incorporated in New Zealand with more than 60 rooms occupying eight properties concentrated exclusively in historic and sophisticated Dunedin, the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand.


#46, Street 205 Corner 388, Toul Svayprey II, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh


(855) – 77 388 168



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