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Some of the most affluent parts of Auckland are also potentially most at risk of leaky homes, a new website suggests. Remuera, Gulf Harbour, Parnell and St Heliers are among the city's top five suburbs for having plaster houses built in the decade when leaky homes became a big problem, 1994 to 2004.
Auckland parents desperate to get their kids into exclusive school zones are paying more than $2 million to buy a house in some areas, new data suggests.
A real estate website is trying to dispel myths around school deciles. Relab.co.nz has launched a service called SchoolScore, which rates schools based on a breakdown of factors relating to performance or what might be of interest to parents.
The City of Sails' ten most opulent properties, including the Coatesville mansion which was Dotcom's former home and a number on Waiheke Island, are estimated to be worth a total $296.13m.
An Auckland-based richlister has levelled a Herne Bay property in order to make way for a proposed $15 million super mansion.
Heavy storms, rainwater run-off and low-lying land pose a flood risk to about 16,000 properties in the Auckland region.
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