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Climate change reports may devalue prime waterfront

Will thousands of prime waterfront properties around NZ become worthless or, at best, devalued over the next couple of decades?

Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Tue, 02 Dec 2014

Will thousands of prime waterfront properties around New Zealand become worthless or, at best, devalued over the next couple of decades?

The latest Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment report on climate change points to a 30cm rise in sea levels by 2050.

A second report on sea level

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Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Tue, 02 Dec 2014
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