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Home sales to foreigners leap in hotspots like Auckland and Queenstown

The figures don't show how many foreign buyers try to buy homes.

Jenny Ruth
Thu, 07 Jun 2018

A sharp rise in the number of homes sold to foreigners in the March quarter, particularly in places such as inner-city Auckland and the Queenstown-Lakes district, is probably due to people rushing to get in ahead of the government’s planned ban on such buyers.

But the figures also show the total

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Jenny Ruth
Thu, 07 Jun 2018
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