The property market has regained its momentum after the New Year period, which is always a little quieter as many of us are at the beach! We’ve now entered March with strong listing numbers across all types of property and price levels.
Buyer interest is vibrant with hearty open home attendance by purchasers motivated to buy and fulfil their 2017 property dreams early. It’s great to see local homes looking at their best with the sun shining and flowers in bloom.
As forecasted last year, we’re expecting home loan rates to rise in 2017 as banks and other lenders aim to pass on the pressures of overseas funding costs increasing. The great news for vendors is that we’re beginning to see a spike in the market by buyers wanting to lock in lower two and three year rates now before any major rises take place.
Have you heard the news? Auckland will remain in level 3, while the rest of the country will remain at level 2 until midnight Wednesday, August 26 – an additional 12 days.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the approach is “short, but precautionary”. Extending the restrictions for an additional 12 days is the same length of the virus’ incubation period, director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said.
To read more about what this means for Auckland, click here
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So here we are again, cooking from home, as we swing back to lessons learned from Lockdown 1.
Choux Pastry transformed into Profiteroles with crème Chantilly and eclairs with pastry cream and rich chocolate ganache.
Take a look at these great examples of Choux Pastry transformed into Profiteroles with creme Chantilly and eclairs with pastry cream and rich chocolate ganache.
Link below for the recipe and the full story.