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NZ Property Company Helps Customers Reach China Market

New Zealand Property Company Helps Customers Reach the Growing China Market

PropertyOnly NZ, a New Zealand based property listing company is known for helping customers reach renters and buyers in New Zealand. They are now expanding their scope. The company has launched their Chinese based website https://ownhouse.co.nz to help customers reach even further than before. Properties for sale, rental properties and flatmates wanted that are listed on PropertyOnly.co.nz will now be instantly available on the company’s new site, https://ownhouse.co.nz, with some basic translation.

The company has offered features like: secure https, mobile device compatibility, extended photo storage (up to 30 images), user friendly design, YouTube capabilities, full New Zealand coverage area, map options, analytic tools, and a low cost. They now offer another incredible feature as well. Property owners and renters using https://PropertyOnly.co.nz to list their rental or sale properties and flatmates wanted ads will now enjoy an extended market of China. This occurs when the ads are translated into Chinese using basic translation and automatically fed to https://ownhouse.co.nz.

Many may wonder why China? Property Only NZ spokesman points out “…currently the Chinese market is the main property buyer in the New Zealand real estate market.” Property Only NZ hopes to help their customer’s leverage this current buying trend to sell and rent New Zealand property faster and for an increased profit.

Chinese has increased buying and renting power in New Zealand due to several reasons. The main reason is the growth in population. Between 2001 and 2013, the New Zealand residents that identified themselves as Chinese in heritage increased by 13 percent (100,680 people to 171,000 people based on the Census). The population growth is due to the influx of Chinese born immigrates moving into the country. These immigrates are made of students and those enticed by the immigration initiatives related to skilled based immigration and family immigration acts.

These students, skilled workers and family units have now become a large buying demographic with in the country. With an average median home sell price of $400,000 so far for this year (according to landlords.co.nz), property owners are looking to sell or rent homes to the global market and take advantage of the Chinese influx of buyers. This is where PropertyOnly NZ comes in. New Zealand property owners and renters looking for flatemates can now post their properties on the New Zealand based site for current New Zealand residents to view and have the ad instantly translated into Chinese for possible new New Zealand residents to view.

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