Banning Letting Fees

26th of March, 2018

By Tony Brazier


Market adjustment no surprise

27th of May, 2015

By Tony Brazier.


Fixing what ain't broke: The law of unintended consequences

12th of March, 2015

Official meddling in the property market creates pressure and new problems, writes Tony Brazier.


Repairs and paperwork key for quake properties

17th of November, 2014

Cantabrians who don't repair their houses will struggle to compete with new homes when they come to sell, writes Tony Brazier.


Danger of too many homes

30th of October, 2014

Christchurch needs more new homes, but an oversupply will affect property values, says realtor and property manager Tony Brazier.


Quakes blamed for rental shortage

2nd of September, 2014


Real estate agents will soon be able to offer full service

2nd of September, 2014

At last buyers' agents could be coming to New Zealand, writes Tony Brazier.


Big hole in city development plan

2nd of September, 2014

Luring residential development away from our wounded city centre could put the rebuild at risk, fears Tony Brazier.


Vigilance can protect your equity

2nd of September, 2014

If you ever want to sell your house, beware of threats to your equity, as Tony Brazier writes.


Property WOF programme may backfire

2nd of September, 2014

A warrant of fitness for rental homes should get the worst homes up to scratch, but getting it wrong could put more of a squeeze on the market, writes Tony Brazier.