Auckland has long been known for its affordable housing, with apartments for rent and affordable homes for sale on the city’s outskirts.
But the city is now a global hotspot for real estate, and it’s become a hotbed for what’s known as the “apple” phenomenon, which is a term for the phenomenon of rising house prices.
While prices in Auckland have risen in recent years, they are still relatively low compared with the average global price of $5,500.
It’s a phenomenon known as “apple prices”, because of the many apartments in the city that have been built with Apple products, according to the real estate agency Real Estate Weekly.
It is a phenomenon that has seen a surge in the number of luxury apartment buildings and other developments in the Auckland CBD, which have attracted an influx of buyers and builders.
There have also been a number of recent housing developments, including a proposed $1 billion apartment complex in the north-east of the city.
But while the high-rise developments are attracting some buyers, many are worried about the effect on affordability and rents.
What’s the ‘apple’ phenomenon?
Apartments in Auckland’s CBD are not all built with iPads, but they are often equipped with some Apple technology.
It has been suggested that Apple has a major influence on the development of apartments in Auckland, and this can be seen in the fact that many apartments have “iPad” signs on the door.
Apple has become increasingly popular among developers in Auckland over the last few years.
It comes with the price tag, and developers have been increasingly turning to it to fund the construction of new developments.
It seems that Apple’s presence in the development industry has been the catalyst for a lot of new developers to start building apartments in areas that have traditionally been left vacant.
Many developers have also started to build apartments with the help of Apple products.
According to the Real Estate Week report, Apple has been responsible for nearly half of all the new apartments in residential developments in Auckland since 2010.
In 2014, Apple announced it would build the first Apple campus in the New Zealand CBD.
But it was not long before Apple moved its operations from the US to Auckland.
In 2016, Apple launched its Auckland office, and in 2018, it opened its first retail store in the capital.
Apple’s Auckland office is now being used by many developers as a testing ground for new projects.
And in 2019, Apple opened its second Auckland office.
This new office is located in the area where the old Apple campus once stood.
The company has since moved its headquarters to a more prominent location in the suburb of Port Kembla.
Apple is also working on other projects in the CBD.
The city has seen an influx in developers who are now building apartments that are on the outskirts of the CBD, including the newly built apartment complex at Park Place.
There are also a number plans to build apartment blocks in the surrounding area.
A new developer is currently working on a “new-build” apartment complex on a site that once had several residential apartments.
The project is to build two new units with a combined total of seven bedrooms.
Apartments that were once empty are now being converted into apartments, and many of the residents are staying in these apartments as they try to find somewhere to live.
It will be interesting to see how these developments will affect rents in the future.
What is the ‘hipster bubble’?
It is often said that “hipsters” are a group of people who are buying luxury goods for less than the average Kiwi, and are also building a new type of luxury lifestyle.
This is because they are buying more Apple products and are buying older and less expensive apartments, while also building more luxury apartments.
But what does it mean for rent in Auckland?
A recent report by the Property Council of New Zealand suggests that rents in Auckland are now higher than in other cities.
The report also says that rents are increasing faster than rents in cities such as Paris and London.
According, rents in New Zealand are currently higher than rents elsewhere, and prices are increasing at the same rate as they are in Auckland.
The main factor behind this is that in Auckland rents have risen faster than in the rest of New England.
Rent growth has been driven by a sharp increase in the price of Apple iPhones and iPads, which has pushed up prices of existing properties.
In 2017, the average rent in New England was $1,717, compared with $1 and $1.10 in Auckland and Wellington, respectively.
This means that Auckland residents are paying higher prices than their neighbours in other areas of New York City.
However, the report does note that rents have actually declined over the past decade in Auckland due to an increased demand for luxury apartments, with apartment prices rising over 10 per cent a year in the past year.
Rent increases in Auckland tend to be driven by the “hipster” phenomenon. The term