May 11th, 2011
The Real Estate Agents Authority have just released their latest update.
One of the charts contained within the May 2011 Newsletter to all licensees is this one here;
DATA - REAA NZ
It depicts the fact that 11% of New Zealands Real Estate Agents relinquished their “ticket” this period, and did not renew it.
The Authorities Newsletter highlights this in saying;
1,532 licences with an expiry date of 31 March 2011 have not been renewed. These licensees were sent reminder emails and their employers were also contacted.
Aiding those in need, the REAA compassionately assisted 800 Christchurch licensees in renewing their annual licence, by allowing those licence holders to defer payment of the respective fees and levies until 30 September 2011.
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May 11th, 2011
It is true…not just what you thought. Kiwis are definitely living in bigger homes.
While delving deep into their databases QV NZ have release a article updating the situation with Kiwi home sizes, floor area wise.
CHART ~ www.qv.co.nz
The article states that in 2011, we live in new homes that are over 50% larger than houses built in 1900.
They go on;
Based on the decade built, houses had an average floor area of just under 132 square metres in 1900, while houses built since 2010 are on average 205 square metres.
QV say that although 1930s and 1940s homes were smaller, with the depression and wars and things, by the 50’s they were starting to get larger.
Interestingly, their findings indicate “….there is little difference across the country with most of the main centres showing a very similar pattern.”
Read the full report over at QV, here.
SOURCE – www.QV.co.nz
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