Latest Pricing Changes On Property & Motors

Property Pricing Changes – selling up, renting stays the same.
The fee to list a residential, rural or commercial property on Trade Me has increased from $149 to $199, effective yesterday, 15 January. The fee to list a rental property remains at $49.

Motors pricing changes - if they go, they go up. If they don’t go, they go down.
The fee to list a car, boat or truck is increasing from $29 to $39, effective 22 January. The fee to list a wrecked car will decrease from $29 to $19. There are no changes to vehicle success fees and you may continue to relist your vehicle until sold for no additional cost.

The pricing of promotional options for Car Parts Wanted will also change, and will become the same as the standard fees for general goods. This is a decrease for Subtitle and Bold options, and an increase of 50c for Featured Listings. All success fees, and the fee to list motorbikes remain the same.

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