Sue Hall

"My reputation is your guarantee"

" The best team in Waikato! We were so fortunate to have found Sue and Donna when we moved to Hamilton. They helped us find the right house in the right neighborhood for the right price. Throughout the past several months, Sue and Donna have been there every step of the way. They always answered every call or email no matter..."

- Y Sawaie & M Thainat

"Great company, great resources and great people. Sue has managed to sell our house within only the two month period we agreed upon. The sale became unconditional within seven days and Sue managed to keep our lovely tenant in place, as we had promised them. Great job! Thank you Sue and your team. "

- Mujiono family
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Hamilton sees Buyers and Sellers Getting Active

13th Dec 17
The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand released its residential property data for November this morning. The data clearly shows that the Hamilton residential property market saw a definite increase in activity towards the end of November which continued through into December. The 2017 Election created unsurety in the market...

2017 Hamilton Christmas Parade

6th Dec 17
Christmas 2017 in Hamilton sees the annual Christmas Parade return for another year this Sunday 10th December! The festivities will kick off from 2.15pm with the Parade starting it's journey from the corner of Rostrevor and Anglesea Streets around 3pm. It will travel the length of Anglesea Street and wind...

Victoria on the River

29th Nov 17
Construction is now well and truely underway to create Hamilton's new urban park - Victoria on the River.

LGNZ keen to work with new Government

15th Nov 17
Local Government New Zealand's (LGNZ) metro section met on Friday 10 November, to discuss their possible approach to a bevy of upcoming and current issues. Leading the discussion, was the eagerness of New Zealand's largest and fastest growing cities to work the the new Government to find alternative ways of...

Serious Housing Shortage

8th Nov 17
Official figures prepared for the incoming Housing Minister Phil Twyford, show a shortfall of 45,000 houses - A figure that is based on homes that have actually been built and not just on the consents that have been issued. The majority of the housing need is from Auckland, however the...

Hamilton's Proposed Special Housing Areas

1st Nov 17
The Hamilton City Council has now received six proposals for housing developments to be recognised as Special Housing Areas. Of the six proposals, one is ready to present to Government however the other five need more work to be fully formed. Hamilton City Councillors voted for staff to continue with...

Hamilton Tourism Fifth in New Zealand

25th Oct 17
In the last 12 months, visitors to Hamilton spent a whopping $811 million - Ranking our City as the fifth most popular town for tourism in New Zealand. Surprisingly, the majority of visitors came from Australia and the United States. The wider Waikato region saw $1.4 billion being spent by...

First Hurdle Jumped

18th Oct 17
The CEO of Perry Group Richard Coventry has stated that since the plan for the $1 billion-plus development were made public, they had received significant commercial interest. That is not surprising given Perry Group’s plans for the area, however they are not planning something to directly compete with Te Awa...

New Zealand's Most Expensive Streets

11th Oct 17
Homes.co.nz has put together a list of New Zealand's most expensive streets to buy a property in, and not surprisingly, the priciest place to purchase is Herne Bay in Auckland.

More Development for Rototuna

4th Oct 17
October 2017 will see earthworks begin on Hamilton's newest retirement complex. This will be Summerset's second retirement complex in Hamilton, spread over 6.4 hectares on Kimbrae Drive, adjacent to the sites earmarked for the future Rototuna Sports Park and Rototuna Town Centre. The complex will comprise of 264 homes made up...
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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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Waitangi Day 2020

The 6th of February every year is Waitangi Day.  This day is the most important marker in New Zealand’s history and commemorates the first signing of Te Ririti o Waitangi, The Treaty of Waitangi. Waitangi Day is a day to reflect on the controversy that surrounds the Treaty of Waitangi – Throughout history and within today’s society, how this has affected all New Zealanders and how it has shaped the country in which we live today.

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