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THOMAS McCALISTER

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106 Vincent Street, Auckland, New Zealand

DISCLAIMER: *Prices start from $523,000 as at 27th March 2017, however the average price for a Vincent Residence is $806,070. Refer to a current price list for an accurate, up to date list of prices. Every Precaution has been taken to establish the accuracy of the material contained herein at the time of printing, however, no responsibility will be taken for any errors or omissions. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to seek legal, technical or other advice to satisfy themselves on all aspects. Images of the Vincent contained herein are not an accurate representation of the final design of the building or the materials that will be used in constructing The Vincent. The final building design and materials are subject to Auckland Council approval. The Vendor reserves the right to increase or decrease the number of units according to market demand and therefore sizes and layouts of units may vary. Changes may be made during development and all dimensions, designs, materials, finishes, fittings and specifications are subject to change without notice. Auckland Council District Plan (Central Area) minimum complying apartment sizes (including balcony areas) are studio 35m2, 1 bedrooms 45m2, 2 bedrooms 70m2, 3 bedrooms 90m2. A flexi room, shown as a home office on the unit plans, is not a bedroom and cannot be used as such.

New Zealand is famous for its clean, green environment, with magnificent mountains and sparkling waterways. At the same time, New Zealand is a dynamic first-world society with sophisticated cities and a vibrant arts and cultural scene.  

 

The index of economic freedom (complied by the Wall St Journal) ranks New Zealand third out of major OECD nations. This takes into account openness of trade policy, tax rates, monetary policy, wages, unemployment, inflation levels, investment flows and regulation.

The New Zealand Government actively encourages overseas investors to invest in New Zealand, recognizing the important contribution foreign investment makes to the development of New Zealand's industry, resources and community.

#1 Investor Protection (World Bank Doing Business Report 2017)

#1 Lack of Corruption (Corruption Perceptions Index 2017)

#1 Entrepreneurship (HSBC Explorer Survey 2015)

#1 Ease of Starting Business (World Bank Group 2017)

#2 Ease of Doing Business (World Bank Group 2017)

#2 Best Countries for Doing Business (Forbes 2017)

#3 City With Best Quality of Life, Auckland (Mercer Quality of Living Survey 2016)

WHY INVEST IN AUCKLAND?
√ 11th highest property price growth in the world (Knight Frank Global Cities Report 2015)
√ Housing shortage increased by 15,000 to 20,000 dwellings in 2014 (Reserve Bank 2015)
√ Auckland’s Regional Population hits 1.42 million people (NZ Statistics, 2013 Census)
√ Thriving Business and Financial Hub contributing 35.3% to New Zealand’s GDP (Statistics NZ)
√ Visitor’s Plan aims to expand Visitor Economy to $7.2 billion annually in 2021 (ATEED 2015)
√ Largest & most populous city with more than 33% of New Zealand’s population (Statistics NZ)
√ Strong tenant demand resulting in high rental yields (Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment)
√ Fastest growing population in New Zealand (Statistics NZ and Auckland Council)

closest neighbor Australia.

  • 5th highest property price growth in the world (Knight Frank Global Cities Report 2017)

  • Ranked 2nd – 11th highest property price growth in the world last 5 years (Knight Frank Global Cities Report 2013-2017)

  • Housing Shortage Growing by 40 Homes Per Day (NZ Herald, February 2017)

  • 46% of New Zealand’s Net Migration goes to Auckland (33,900) (Statistics NZ 2016)

  • Auckland’s Regional Population estimated 1.57 million people (Auckland City Council, 2015)

  • Thriving Business and Financial Hub contributing 35.3% to New Zealand’s GDP (Statistics NZ)

  • Visitor’s Plan aims to expand Visitor Economy to $7.2 billion annually in 2021 (ATEED 2015)

  • Largest & most populous city with more than 33% of New Zealand’s population (Statistics NZ)

  • Strong tenant demand resulting in high rental yields (Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment)

  • Fastest growing population in New Zealand (Statistics NZ and Auckland Council)