AMERICANS LEAVE TRUMP’S US TO CHASE KIWI DREAM
The number of Americans who obtained a NZ work visa in January was up 18% – not everyone is excited with Donald Trump’s idea of America.READ MORE
WHAT THE SUPER-RICH LIKE ABOUT NEW ZEALAND, AND WHY MORE ARE COMING TO LIVE HERE
New Zealand can expect to see 70% rise in ultra-wealthy individuals over the next decade.READ MORE
THE RICH HAVE FOUND A PLACE TO ESCAPE THE HORRORS OF THE WORLD – NEW ZEALANDREAD MORE
HOW COUNTRIES STAND OUTREAD MORE
Hysteria maybe… but….
DOOMSDAY PREP FOR THE SUPER RICHREAD MORE
SUPER RICH ‘PREPPERS’ BUYING UP IN NEW ZEALAND IN CASE OF USA COLLAPSE
It’s unclear exactly how many wealthy Americans are buying property here with the apocalypse in mind – many just want a holiday home –
but the amount of land they have bought in the last few years has increased dramatically.
WANT TO MOVE ABROAD? TRY HERE
We talked to residents in the top-ranking countries for expats to find out what exactly makes their adopted country so special.READ MORE
WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2017
New Zealand’s continued economic strength, underpinned by political stability and increased business confidence, will bolster the country’s commercial and industrial property market in 2017. Instability in other parts of the world will further raise New Zealand’s profile over the next 12 months and underscore the region’s reputation as a safe haven.READ MORE
NEW ZEALAND IS OPEN AND EASY ACCORDING TO BRITISH EXPATS LIVING IN NZ: COME OVER THEY SAY
One of the major draw cards for many Brits looking to move to New Zealand is the scenery, like this spot in Milford Sound.
A growing number of Britons are investigating a move to New Zealand following Brexit and a recent article is telling them to do it.
NEW ZEALAND AND DENMARK DEEMED THE ‘LEAST CORRUPT’ COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD
New Zealand has regained its top spot in a global watchdog’s rundown of the most corruption-free countries in the world. Transparency International, a Berlin-based anti-corruption
organisation, uses World Bank data, the World Economic Forum and other institutions to rank 176 countries by perceived levels of corruption.
New Zealand and Denmark were jointly ranked as the two least corrupt nations but the watchdog warned about the rise of populism risking greater corruption around the world.