Gisborne Housing

The cost of land and commercial property is relatively low in this region where any home is never too far from the beach.

Looking for general housing information?

Choices range from city houses with great views, comfortable suburban homes with large attractive gardens, small farms and lifestyle blocks to large pastoral farms and forestry blocks.

Renting

Trade Me Property - advertises a large number of properties to rent in Gisborne.

MBIE Market Rents - lists the average weekly rent being charged for properties in Gisborne.

MBIE Tenancy Information - contains information about your rights and obligations when renting a property in New Zealand.

Buying

Trade Me - find houses to buy in Gisborne.

Quotable Value (QV) - search and compare average house prices in the Gisborne region.

Sorted - information on getting a mortgage in New Zealand.

Real Estate - has the country’s most comprehensive selection of real estate listings online.

LIM reports

Before you buy a property you should check its Land Information Memorandum (LIM). LIMs provide comprehensive information about the land and buildings on a particular property. A LIM report can be purchased from the local council.

Gisborne LIM Reports

Council rates

Rates are the taxes levied by councils to help fund the work they do locally. You can find out what the rates are going to be on a property you may be considering buying.

Gisborne Rates

Utilities and services

Electricity Authority - find all the power companies to choose from in Gisborne.

Consumer Powerswitch - compare all your gas and electricity options.

Rubbish collection

Information about kerbside rubbish collection and recycling can be found on your local council website.

Gisborne Rubbish and Recycling

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Page last updated: 05/09/2016

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