Buying Property in New Zealand: A Guide for Foreigners (2022)

If you’re tempted to make New Zealand your home you’re not alone. Over 60,000 Australians live in New Zealand, with the largest cities of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch proving popular places to settle.

Of course if you’re moving to New Zealand, buying a home is probably on your mind. This guide is a great place to start your research, covering some of the key things you need to know like how much a home will cost you, and how to save money on your down payment with Wise.

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What’s the property market like in New Zealand?

Property in New Zealand is relatively expensive considering the country’s small population and large land mass. This is thanks to years of sustained growth in housing prices, following consistent strong economic results and high demand for homes.

In fact, the price of houses went up an enormous 114% between 2001 and 2007¹, followed by a pause from 2008 as the world dealt with the financial crisis. Costs of homes then started to rise again in 2012 and have demonstrated a series of healthy increases since. This has resulted in the government implementing some measures to stop housing becoming too expensive for local buyers, including restrictions on some foreign purchases - more on that in a moment.

Can foreigners buy property in New Zealand?

There are restrictions on buying property in New Zealand as a foreigner. These were brought in relatively recently, to stop property prices being pushed up by investors who did not intend to settle in the country².

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t buy a place in New Zealand. Instead, there are rules and restrictions you’ll need to know about, which vary according to your citizenship, the type of property you want to buy, and how you intend to use it. For example, as an Australian citizen, you’ll be able to buy an apartment in New Zealand without any special permissions. You just need to confirm that there are no local restrictions in the specific area you’re looking in.

For people from some other countries, or with different purchase types, you may need to get special authorisations from the government, or you may find that the purchase is not allowed at all.

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There’s a helpful tool on the New Zealand government website which allows you to enter basic details of your situation and the property you’d like to purchase, to check the most up to date rules³.

What’s the approximate cost of different properties in New Zealand?

When you’re researching properties to buy in New Zealand, you’ll need to think about what will suit your budget. A great place to start to build a picture of house prices in New Zealand is Numbeo.

Numbeo features dynamic information for all aspects of the costs of living in other countries, supplied by locals in those areas. As the detail is constantly updated, you’ll be able to get the most up to the minute prices in the locations of your choice.

Let’s take a look at the costs of property in the 3 largest cities in New Zealand.

Price per square metreAucklandWellingtonChristchurch
City centre apartmentNZD11,243NZD7,283NZD5,500
Apartment not in the city centreNZD9,064NZD4,714NZD3,166
  • Price information correct at time of research - 26 July 2020

How can I find a property in New Zealand?

New Zealand has a highly regulated property market. This means that you’ll find lots of helpful information online about how to find an agent, and the process of purchasing a property. Buying a place should only take 3 or 4 weeks from start to finish - significantly shorter than in many other countries.

Make sure you stick to official guidelines to navigate the process without hassle.

Property agencies and agents

Most property purchases in New Zealand are done through a property agent. It’s possible to make a private purchase but this is fairly unusual - and as a new arrival in New Zealand, you’ll likely find that having an agent on side makes the whole experience easier.

Real estate agents in New Zealand must be licensed. Check out the credentials of your agent - or find the right agent for you - by visiting the website of the Real Estate Authority of New Zealand⁴.

Avoiding scams

Buying a home in New Zealand should be straightforward, and there are plenty of protections in place to make sure consumers don’t run into trouble. For example, once an offer has been accepted, it’s not possible for another buyer to make a last minute bid and get the property you’d agreed to buy.

If you have any complaints about the real estate agent you’re using, or need advice or guidance, check out the Real Estate Authority of New Zealand’s website for support.

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Property websites in New Zealand

Browsing property websites is a great way to get a feel for the types of home that may suit you. There are a good range of national property agents and umbrella sites which feature homes from all over the country - or you can choose a more local agent in your chosen location.

Here are a few of the larger property websites to start your search off:

How do I choose the right property?

Once you know where you want to move, you’ll need to find a specific property to suit your needs. Here are some factors to consider.

Property types

It helps to know the local phrasing when you’re considering buying a place overseas. Even with a shared language, there can be some differences in the wording when it comes to property descriptions.

In New Zealand you’ll find properties described as attached or standalone. As you might imagine, attached options include apartments and townhouses. Standalone options are more likely to be landed properties and single family homes. It’s helpful to know that land purchased for building on is known as a section in New Zealand. If you’re planning on building a place you’ll need to look carefully at the zoning of the land as some areas can not be developed easily, as well as any permissions needed to buy as a foreigner.

Condition of the property

Before you finally decide on a place to buy, you’ll want to check the condition of the property to ensure there are no major works required. You’ll be able to do this using a property inspection. Your real estate agent should recommend a few different property inspection companies to you, for you to select the one you want to use.

It’s also worth noting that the vendor may have commissioned their own report which they give to potential buyers as part of the viewing process. This is usually known as a building report. If you choose to rely on this report, and do not commission your own, you may not be able to complain against the property inspector later if the report turns out to be inaccurate. This is because the vendor, rather than you, commissioned the report in the first place. Getting your own report is advisable to be on the safe side.

There’s lots of helpful advice on the New Zealand Government’s Settled webpages covering this and other essential home buying topics⁵.

Other things to look out for

The New Zealand government also recommends a few other due diligence checks. Many of these can be done through your lawyer or conveyancer, including:

  • Ask to see a title report and LIM (Land Information Memorandum)
  • Get the council files on the property to check the plans match the actual building and there has been no unauthorised development on the site
  • Check the zoning
  • Ensure there are no council rates owed on the property
  • Get an independent valuation to ensure you have a fair price for the home

What are the steps to buying a property as a foreigner?

The exact process for buying a home will depend on where you’re from, and the type of home you want to buy. There are restrictions on some types of purchase by foreigners, so you’ll need to ensure you are eligible to buy the property you’ve selected.

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Here are the basic steps you need to follow:

  • Work out your budget, including your deposit and any likely mortgage funds you’ll access
  • Find a lawyer or conveyancer, and a property inspector, so you have a team on hand when you find the right place to buy
  • Research property options online and through your chosen real estate agent
  • Once you have identified a home, carry out due diligence checks to make sure there are no issues, including getting a property inspection and LIM
  • Make an offer and get the sale and purchase agreement for the property - this is legally binding and must be checked by your lawyer. You may need to pay a deposit at this stage
  • Carry out pre-settlement requirements, including a final inspection
  • Settle on the property - this will mean paying the balance owed and transferring the legal ownership

Check out this, and much more helpful advice on the New Zealand Government’s Settled webpages⁵.

What are the legal requirements to buying a property in New Zealand?

When you buy a property in New Zealand, you’ll need to get a lawyer or conveyancer on side early to help you navigate the legal paperwork and requirements.

How do I get a bank loan/mortgage?

There are plenty of banks to choose from in New Zealand, including big national brands, those with a regional presence, and global institutions. All of the major banks offer mortgage products, and you’ll also find some have a specific migrant banking team to help people newly arrived in the country.

Not all mortgage products will be available to you as a foreign buyer. If you have any trouble finding the right product you might choose to use a mortgage broker who can help connect you with specialist services.

Choosing a bank

One issue you may have when applying for a mortgage is that many banks require local credit history to assess your suitability for a mortgage with them. If you’re new to the country, you may not have easy access to the paperwork needed to prove you’re a good credit risk.

If you bank in Australia with an institution which has a presence in New Zealand, you might find it easier to get a mortgage through your existing bank, as they’ll already have details of your credit history. Talk to your home bank in Australia before you head to New Zealand if possible, to check out their policies for extending loans to people moving overseas.

Deposits / Down payments

During the house purchase process you’ll almost certainly need to pay a deposit to make sure the sale can go ahead. For several years there were mandatory limits to the amount banks could lend customers in relation to the cost of the property. These loan to value limits in effect meant that buyers had to have at least a 20% down payment on the property to secure a mortgage.

In 2020, these rules have been loosened, although individual banks will still choose the level of lending they are able to offer individual customers. As a foreign buyer - or if you’re buying a property as an investment rather than a permanent home - you may well find you need a substantial deposit to get a loan.

Whether you need to send over a large amount of money to New Zealand for a mortgage down payment, or you just need to cover some of the fees involved in buying a home overseas, you’ll probably find you need to make an international payment or two. Sending money abroad can prove very expensive, especially once you take into account the costs of both fees and exchange rate markups.

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A smart way to cut the costs of sending money overseas is to use a specialist provider like Wise. All payments are made using the mid-market exchange rate with no markup, and the fees are low and transparent. All in all this means you could save up to 8x compared to using your regular bank, for a convenient and simple, 5-star service.

What kind of taxes and fees will I need to pay?

Buying a home is never cheap - and when you’re buying overseas it’s especially important to understand the costs in advance. Here are some of the key fees to know about⁷:

  • Agency/Agent fees - 3.5% - 4% of the transaction cst, + 15% GST. Usually paid by the seller
  • Lawyer or conveyancer fees - depend on the specific services you commission. Conveyancing alone typically costs NZD1,500
  • Public Registration fees - NZD80

Don’t forget, when you’re paying any of these fees from overseas, you may also pay a markup on the exchange rate as well as international transaction fees. You can cut the costs, and avoid exchange rate markups entirely, by using a currency service which uses the mid-market exchange rate like Wise.

Relocating to New Zealand is an attractive option, and Australians do have the opportunity to buy certain types of property there despite restrictions on some foreign purchases of real estate. If you are looking for a way to send money to New Zealand, Wise could be an option.

The property market in New Zealand is well regulated and the process is fairly quick and simple to follow - but that doesn’t mean it’ll work just like buying a place at home. Do your research before you get started to make sure there are no nasty surprises. And don’t forget to look out for Wise as a low cost way to send money overseas, so you can save on fees, and have more to spend on yourself.


  1. Global Property Guide - New Zealand
  2. Global Property Guide - New Zealand - Buying Guide
  3. Buying a House in NZ
  4. Real Estate Authority NZ
  5. Getting Settled in NZ
  6. Loan to Valuation Guide
  7. Global Property Guide - New Zealand - Buying Guide

All sources accurate as of 26 July 2020

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Why is it so hard to buy a house in NZ? ›

High prices, low levels of houses for sale, and a tough lending environment make buying a house in 2022 hard. “If you are looking seriously, it is like having a second full-time job.

Can you buy property in New Zealand as a foreigner? ›

While there are rules as to the minimum amount required and specific guidelines to how this must be done, the answer to the question “Can foreigners buy property in New Zealand?” is yes. To learn about all NZ investment rules and requirements for buying property in New Zealand for foreigners, check out our article.

Is it easy to buy property in NZ? ›

Buying property in New Zealand is generally quick, efficient and safe. It takes four to six weeks from offer to moving in, and is relatively inexpensive compared to most European countries. There are few restrictions on foreigners buying property there, although ownership certainly does not guarantee residency rights.

Is it hard to buy a house in New Zealand? ›

Buying a home in New Zealand should be straightforward, and there are plenty of protections in place to make sure consumers don't run into trouble. For example, once an offer has been accepted, it's not possible for another buyer to make a last minute bid and get the property you'd agreed to buy.

Will NZ house prices fall in 2022? ›

NZ Property Prices

In just 18 months the NZ property market rose 45.6% (May 2020 – November 2021). How far will house prices fall? The Reserve Bank currently predicts a total drop from the November peak of 11-15% (depending on whether you look at quarterly or monthly data), before house prices begin to recovery.

Why are NZ house prices falling? ›

ANZ analysts said the falling property values can be traced back to the high price of consumer goods driving up domestic inflation. To cool the dollar it's predicted the Reserve Bank of New Zealand will respond by once again raising the official cash rate (OCR) by 5%.

How much money do I need to invest to get permanent residency in New Zealand? ›

To qualify for residence, applicants must fulfill all of the following requirements: Invest between NZD 5 million and NZD 15 million over the course of four years. Be in good health and of good character. Spend 117 days in New Zealand across the four-year residence period.

How much deposit do you need to buy a house in New Zealand? ›

If you are a first home buyer looking to purchase an existing home, in most instances you will be required to have a deposit that is 20% of the home's value. This means that for a home worth $500,000, you will likely need a deposit of $100,000.

How much money do you need to live comfortably in New Zealand? ›

The monthly cost of living in New Zealand

The cost of living in New Zealand, for one person in a major city, is between $3,000-$4,000 per month. A family of four can expect to need $5,000-$6,000 per month to live on.

How much are lawyer fees for buying a house NZ? ›

All up, the standard legal fees for a house purchase can range from $1,500 - $3,000, depending on the type of property and amount of work involved on the lawyer's end. Buying a new build, or building yourself, will mean more contracts for them to look over, so that's going to cost extra.

Can you buy a house without a lawyer NZ? ›

When do I need to contact a Conveyancing Lawyer? While you definitely need a lawyer to complete the settlement of your sale, you technically don't need a lawyer to sign a 'Sale and Purchase Agreement'. However, it's wise to speak to your lawyer as soon as you have decided to put your property on the market.

Where is the most affordable place to live in New Zealand? ›

Top 10 Cheapest Cities in New Zealand to Live in
  • Rotorua. With cheap rent, entertainment and food, Rotorua easily tops this list. ...
  • Napier and Hastings. New Zealand's high-end wine country is surprisingly cheap to live in. ...
  • Whangarei. ...
  • Palmerston North. ...
  • Hamilton. ...
  • Tauranga. ...
  • Christchurch. ...
  • New Plymouth.

How much deposit do I need for a house in 2022 NZ? ›

What is the minimum deposit that I need to buy a house in New Zealand? The ideal deposit for any own-home purchase is 20% but typically, the minimum required is 10% for an existing property and in some rare cases 5% for a turn-key build.

How much does a good house cost in New Zealand? ›

Median cost of buying an existing house in NZ
RegionMedian Price Jan 2022Median Price September 2022
Bay of Plenty$942,000$849,000
12 more rows
19 Oct 2022

Is 2022 a good year to buy a house NZ? ›

This is "considerably higher" than the 21% seen through the 2000s and 2010s, he said. He added house price projections for the next 25 years mean buying in 2022 is almost as bad financially as 1955 - one of the "worst years" for first-home buyers.

Will house prices crash in NZ? ›

No. New Zealand's average house prices are falling on a monthly basis, but are not currently (29 September) crashing. Median prices are down 5.5% over the year, as of September 2022 data.

Will house prices in NZ ever go down? ›

Westpac said on Tuesday it now expects house prices to drop 20% from their peak, having previously forecast a 15% fall. In its quarterly economic update, Westpac said 'real' house prices were in fact set were set to fall by 30% from their 2021 peak, given high inflation more broadly in New Zealand.

Will house prices go down in 2023 NZ? ›

The report predicted housing prices to keep dropping by a little more than 1% a month for the remainder of this year “before gradually finding a floor over the first half of 2023.”

How much is an average house in New Zealand? ›

Prices have been on the rise; the Auckland region experienced an. The price of residential property in Auckland was the highest in North Shore City and Rodney District in that same month, with an average sale price of 1.35 million New Zealand dollars.
CharacteristicPrice in thousand New Zealand dollars
12 more rows
5 Aug 2022

What will happen to house prices in 2022 NZ? ›

"And then we do have a bit of an expectation of a plateau out for the next three years after that." A Kiwibank report said house prices had further to fall in the near term, and expected them to be 13 percent down by the end of 2022, followed by a modest recovery.

Do house prices double every 10 years NZ? ›

“That doubling is continuing, but is now taking longer to occur. Whereas it took exactly ten years, on average, for house prices to increase by 100% for the periods 1992 to 2002 through 2002 to 2012 – that rate has now slowed, and it currently takes twelve years for house prices to double”.

How much do I need to buy an investment property NZ? ›

If you want to buy an investment property, you'll need at least a 40% deposit. This is a different requirement to when you're buying a house to live in (owner- occupied).

How long do you have to live in NZ to get residency? ›

You need to have spent at least 184 days in New Zealand on a resident visa in each of the 2 years immediately before you apply for permanent residence. This 2 year period is the time immediately before you apply for permanent residence, not the 2 years since your resident visa was issued.

Can I apply for NZ citizenship before 5 years? ›

You can apply for New Zealand citizenship if you have lived here for at least the last 5 years.

How much deposit do you need for a $500000 house? ›

Owner-occupier home loan deposits

Simply put, that means if you were looking to buy a property for $500,000 you would need a deposit of $100,000.

How much deposit do you need for a 300000 property? ›

Loan to value (LTV)

' In basic terms, this indicates the percentage of the property's price that will be covered by the mortgage. So, if the property purchase price is £300,000 and you have a 10% deposit (£30,000), you'll need to get a mortgage of £270,000.

How much deposit do you need for a 300000 home? ›

So, if you're buying a home for $300,000 you'll need at least $60,000 to cover a 20% deposit.

Is it cheaper to live in NZ or Australia? ›

When comparing the cost of living in New Zealand vs Australia, New Zealand is the more affordable country to live in. On average, consumer prices in New Zealand are 3.96% lower than in Australia. Rent and groceries cost 17.70% and 5.92% less. Eating out at a restaurant will also cost less in New Zealand.

What is a good monthly salary in New Zealand? ›

Of course, NZ wages vary by industry and job type. However, the median income in New Zealand is just under NZ$27 per hour as of mid-2021 (NZD$56,160 per annum based on a 40-hour week). NZ also has a legal minimum wage to protect workers.

What are the hidden costs of buying a home? ›

64 Hidden Costs of Buying a Home
  • Insurance.
  • Taxes.
  • Homeowners association fees.
  • Emergency repairs.
  • Exterior maintenance.
  • Landscaping.
  • Interior maintenance.
  • Utilities.
6 Apr 2022

What charges are there when buying a property? ›

Major upfront costs
  • Stamp Duty. You will pay Stamp Duty on properties costing more than £250,000 for residential properties, unless you're a first-time buyer. ...
  • Valuation fee. ...
  • Surveyor's fee. ...
  • Legal fees. ...
  • Estate agent's fee. ...
  • Insurance. ...
  • Council Tax. ...
  • House removal costs.

How much does a conveyancer cost NZ? ›

Our Property Conveyancing Fees
Sale with no mortgage$1070.00
Sale with one mortgage$1170.00
Purchase with no mortgage$1180.00
Purchase with one mortgage*$1380.00
Refinance of mortgage*$885.00
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Can I back out of buying a house NZ? ›

That means you can revoke your offer at any time prior to the contract being signed by the seller. We recommend you withdraw your offer in writing to the real estate agent and have the agent confirm they've received your withdrawal before making an offer on another property.

How can I buy a house with no deposit NZ? ›

Get a guarantor

If you were to achieve a no-deposit home loan in New Zealand, it would likely be with an existing homeowner acting as a guarantor on your loan. In this case, your deposit will be drawn from the equity in your guarantor's own home. A loved one may be willing to act as your guarantor.

Is it better to use a conveyancer or solicitor? ›

A solicitor will usually be hired when the property is valuable. A solicitor will also be a good choice if the sale is due to be complicated, whereas a straightforward sale may be handled by a conveyancer. Examples of complicated sales could include off the plan purchases or when a plan of subdivision is required.

What is retirement age in New Zealand? ›

The common age for retirement is 65, as this is the superannuation qualification age. The retirement process is generally the same as for resignation.

What is the safest city to live in in New Zealand? ›

Wellington. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, has been dubbed the safest large city in the country, and consistently ranks among one of the safest cities anywhere in the world.

What is the best small town in New Zealand? ›

10 Must-Visit Small Towns in New Zealand
  • Russell, North Island. Russell, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand. ...
  • Raglan, North Island. Credit: Jun Kaneko via Flickr. ...
  • Feilding, North Island. ...
  • Mangawhai, North Island. ...
  • Mangaweka, North Island. ...
  • Akaroa, South Island. ...
  • Hokitika, South Island. ...
  • Kaikoura, South Island.

Is it smart to buy a house in 2022? ›

Don't expect much relief in the form of lower rates in the coming months. Therefore, it certainly does not seem to be a good time to buy a house as rates have risen much more rapidly in 2022 than most industry analysts and economists had initially predicted.

How much deposit do you need for a $400000 house? ›


Can you buy a house with a 5% deposit NZ? ›

A First Home Loan (previously known as a Welcome Home Loan) could get you into your first home with just a 5% deposit.

Can I move to New Zealand without a job? ›

Most individuals looking to migrate long-term will need a NZ job offer. Whether applying for a work visa or a residence visa under the Skilled Migrant Policy, most migrants are required to obtain an offer of skilled employment in New Zealand.

How long does it take to buy a house in New Zealand? ›

Complete the purchase

Settlement day usually comes four to six weeks after your offer was accepted, depending on the date you and the seller agreed.

How easy is it to buy a house in New Zealand? ›

Buying property in New Zealand is generally quick, efficient and safe. It takes four to six weeks from offer to moving in, and is relatively inexpensive compared to most European countries. There are few restrictions on foreigners buying property there, although ownership certainly does not guarantee residency rights.

Why is buying a house so hard now? ›

With mortgage rates above 5%, the cost of borrowing has skyrocketed compared to a year ago. Those high monthly payments, combined with supply and demand imbalance that is still driving up prices, mean that many Americans are likely to struggle to purchase homes in the months to come.

Will house prices in NZ ever drop? ›

The Real Estate Institute House Price Index (HPI) for New Zealand, which measures the changing value of residential property nationwide, showed an annual decrease of 5.8% from 3997 in August 2021 to 3765 – down 12% from its peak in November 2021. For New Zealand excluding Auckland, the HPI decreased 3.2% annually.

Why is it so much harder to buy a house now? ›

Now demand is way down, just as prices and mortgage rates are up, and that means fewer units available, so prices, while starting to come down somewhat, are still historically astronomical for most people. The lack of demand is one pressure on building.

Is it smart to buy a house right now 2022? ›

Unsurprisingly, many home buyers are left wondering: Is buying a house still worth it in 2022? The short answer is yes. If you're financially ready, buying a house is still worth it — even in the current market. Experts largely agree that buying and owning a home remains a smarter financial move than renting for many.

What I Wish I Knew Before buying a house? ›

  • Know What You Want. The question is simple, but it'll determine your entire hunt. ...
  • Stick to a Budget. ...
  • Find the Right Agent. ...
  • Get Your Mortgage in Order. ...
  • Know Your Market. ...
  • You Can & Should Negotiate. ...
  • Order a Professional Home Inspection. ...
  • Contingencies Are a Thing.

Why I regret buying a house? ›

The number-one reason for the buyer's remorse: 30% of respondents said they spent too much money. The second most common regret was rushing the home-buying process, with 30% saying their purchase decision was rushed and 26% indicating they bought too quickly.

Why are NZ property prices so high? ›

"The key conclusion is that a combination of a global fall in interest rates, the tax system, and restrictions on the supply of land for urban use were the main cause of higher house prices in Aotearoa New Zealand over the past 20 years," Stephens said.

What will happen to property prices in 2023? ›

'House prices will fall 5% in 2023 but some markets will outperform' -

What is the average house price in NZ 2022? ›

While house prices have been slowing in recent months, home prices in New Zealand have been increasing steadily over the last 20 years. Compared to the median house price of $170,000 in the year 2000, the median house price in July 2022 was a jaw-dropping $810,000.

Should I wait to build a house in 2022? ›

Yes 2022 can still be a good time to build your custom forever home, despite rising costs and interest rates. Building your custom home is an investment in your family's lifestyle and should be looked at as a long term financial & lifestyle decision of living in your forever home for 5 or more years.

Is buying a house a good idea right now? ›

Despite the pessimism some consumers feel, 2022 could be a great year to buy a home. However, it's a good idea to act quickly while market conditions are still favorable. For instance, if you get your initial mortgage approval soon, you can lock in interest rates before they go any higher.

Is it harder to buy a house now than in the past? ›

House price inflation now outstrips earnings making it harder to buy a home. The impact of surging property prices throughout the pandemic has reduced housing affordability to the lowest level on record, according to new research by the Halifax.


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