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First home, next move, or investment property

Buying and selling residential property is a big-ticket transaction for most people. Getting the right residential conveyancing advice will help you to avoid property pitfalls, ensure hassle-free transactions and get you in (or out) of your home, townhouse or apartment quickly and easily.

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Businesses of all shapes and sizes

Considering the purchase of an existing business, or the sale of the business you’ve built? No matter what size of business you’re buying or selling, advice from an experienced conveyancing expert is essential.

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Farms, orchards and lifestyle blocks

 Rural property law has a lot in common with residential property law and commercial property law, but there are also aspects of lifestyle and rural conveyancing that are unique. The expectation of generating income and produce from rural land is often an important part of negotiation for rural vendors and buyers. Engaging an experienced rural property law specialist at the beginning of the process will help the vendor and the buyer to determine the worth of the land and whether it’s suitable for a particular use. 

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Latest News

Fight back against $250m plan to turn Unitec campus into suburban real estate

26/11/2015 7:02am

Plans to turn a sprawling Auckland campus into suburban real estate are running into stiff local opposition.Home-owners near Unitec’s 53ha Mt Albert/Pt Chevalier site have started fundraising to hire a traffic engineer and other…
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Credit card hackers targeted Hilton hotel guests

25/11/2015 2:54pm

Global hotel chain Hilton has revealed that it has been hacked and guests’ credit card information has been stolen.Hilton has not revealed the extent of the breach but it has confirmed that hackers have targeted payment card information…
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Older buyers mean longer term mortgages

25/11/2015 2:44pm

Kiwis are buying houses later in life. Many plan to keep working past age 65 to service the loans on their dream homes.For some people, taking out 15- or 20-year mortgages in late middle age might be the answer so that they’re not…
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