Sue Hall

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"If anyone is looking for an excellent no nonsense Real Estate Agent, then look no further than Sue Hall - She’s the one! Her knowledge of the Real Estate industry is invaluable. Sue always goes that extra mile, willing to meet with you any time of the day or night. Sue sold me my first home in 2010 and since then..."

- Vikki Seaman

" Awesome Team Sue Hall! It has been a pleasure working with a person of Sue's calibre. She was always professional in her attitude, warm and kind. She has an excellent knowledge of the housing marketing and an intuition regarding people, which gave a stabilising influence when "nervousness" appeared at times. She gave suggestions that were well timed and appreciated and..."

- R Lee & M Hohua
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Sue Hall's Blog

Hamilton continuing to grow

13th Jul 15
With an expected population growth of 29 per cent by 2033 (currently 148,000 residents to 191,000) how will this effect the housing market and where is the growth occurring? According to recent research conducted Hamilton North is one growth area for residential properties with Te Rapa and The Base in Te...
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Auckland 'wealth effect' hits Hamilton; first-home buyers get a hiding

14th Jun 15
Lodge Real Estate’s managing director, Jeremy O’Rourke, said Hamilton is seeing greater numbers of Auckland investors jumping into the city’s property market. “With house prices at an all-time-high in Auckland, owners have a larger asset base to borrow against. We’re seeing them take advantage of this new-found wealth and using borrowed...
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April Sales

21st May 15
April Sales for Hamilton show 296 sales, with a Median sale price of $375,000. Northern Suburbs enjoyed the higher number of these sales followed by Western Suburbs, Eastern Suburbs , Central Suburbs and Southern Suburbs. 32% of sales were in the price range of $300,000 - $400,000.
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The effect of Auckland market on Hamilton

4th May 15
Jeremy O'Rourke, managing director of Hamilton's Lodge Real Estate, said increasing demand from the Auckland market was starting to affect prices. He said houses in the $300,000 – 380,000 range were being targeted. Three groups were involved. Young people who could not afford Auckland prices were buying in Hamilton but renting...
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Update for February

23rd Mar 15
Hamilton Real Estate continued to recover during February with 308 house sales being recorded in the city by the REINZ. The median sale price remained subdued at $352,000 reflecting the surge of first home buyers and investors into the market. The number of houses available for sale as advertised on realestate.co.nz...
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Sue Hall's Blog

4 ways to better understand buyers in the Hamilton property market

Understanding who your buyer is is a cornerstone to selling a house. Knowing who your key buyers are (or will be) and what their needs are can affect the value...

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How is the Real Estate Market looking following Covid-19?

Though it is always difficult to have a crystal ball when it comes to predicting the real estate market, there are several historical factors we can look at when evaluating the market moving forward.  A number of comments in this blog have come from trusted sources and experiences of those who have had lengthy careers in the Real Estate industry, including working through the previous Global Financial Crisis.

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Covid-19 and Your Property - What You Need to Know

For answers to the frequently asked questions regarding Covid-19 and Real Estate, please visit this informative article from Lodge Real Estate.

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Balloons Over Waikato 2020

It was with extreme disappointment and heavy hearts that the organisers of Balloons Over Waikato announced that all public events, including morning inflation and the Nightglow have been cancelled. "As per the Government recommendations in regards to mass gatherings, Balloons over Waikato have made the decision to cancel public attendance at Innes Common for morning flying, The University of Waikato for Nightglow, and all other sub events associated with the Festival."

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Ruakura Inland Port Set To Open In Two Years

An inland port the size of Auckland's CBD in Hamilton is one step closer with Tainui Group Holdings and Port of Tauranga joining forces to open at Ruakura within two years.

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