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Friday Nov 30, 2012 Property Guru's provider wants to find any information that might have been copied...The former state-owned enterprise runs the Property Guru service and believes a group has been unlawfully using its data. As a result Terralink
Tuesday Oct 30, 2012 Debate continues over the contentious issue of farmland sales to foreigners. Farmers and a land information business have disputed a claim that foreigners own 10 per cent of New Zealand farmland. Federated Farmers president Bruce
All New Zealand streets will be filmed and scanned in 3-D by Wellington mapping company Terralink over the next two years using a truck capable of recording the position and appearance of every object within 100 metres with "pinpoint accuracy". The
Aug. 24 (BusinessDesk) New Zealand is failing to reap the benefits of location-based intelligence because the government's Geospatial Office is tucked away as part of Land Information, says the chairman of the Spatial Industries Business Association.
Auckland had the highest portion of commercial land to get the office's consent for sale during that time...The national average portion of commercial land involved was 1.91 per cent for a total of 600ha, said Terralink International, a property
Vast majority of rural land owned by Kiwis Newstalk ZB July 8, 2012, 3:23 pm Figures released today show just one and a half percent of New Zealand's rural land is in foreign ownership. Location intelligence company Terralink International has come
Terralink International has taken full ownership of property information site zoodle.co.nz. Zoodle.co.nz lets house hunters view and buy property reports, valuations and information about communities. Listings website realestate.co.nz and its chief
Monday Jun 11, 2012 An $8.8 million mansion in one of Auckland's richest suburbs is up for mortgagee sale after the companies that owned it went into liquidation. The Parnell property is among the latest of a record number of homes forced to be sold.
Figures from the Terralink International land and property information company show about six forced sales a day nationally, or 44 a week, challenging statistics from realestate.co.nz , which has claimed that foreclosures are declining. Terralink
A record number of "mum and dad" homeowners are losing family homes to mortgagee sales and the numbers are only getting worse. Terralink International's latest figures show there were 2265 mortgagee sales during 2011. That was less than the record-