Advertising Price changes: Effective 1 July 2023

We've reviewed our advertising prices and will be making some adjustments, while still offering the best possible price for agents and vendors.

To ensure that prices are relative to different markets, we are adding a new zone. At a high level, the zones will be:

  • Metro: Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch City, Queenstown, Wānaka.
  • Middle: Tauranga, Hamilton City, Porirua City.
  • Regional: The rest of New Zealand.

View the full breakdown of districts by zone here. 

Across all zones, prices will remain the same for Platinum and Gold packages*.

The listing and upgrade prices for rural, commercial, rental, and business-for-sale listings will also not be changing at this time.

For residential for sale listings, the prices of Feature, Bronze, and Silver packages will be updated, please view the rate card with new prices across all zones here.

Check out the advertising flyers here for all marketing options at updated prices.

Agents and offices who are on a Club membership will remain on discounted prices until the end of their current agreement. 

Get in touch with a Territory Manager to find out more, or to learn about discounted offers through our Club.

Digital Exposure Bundles

Add Digital Exposure to any residential package and we can do all your digital marketing for you.

Digital Exposure combines promotion on, social media, and the Google Display Network.

digi exposure bundles

*Queenstown and Wānaka are excluded due to moving two zones from the Regional Zone to the Metro Zone. 

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