Sue Hall

"My reputation is your guarantee"

"Sue Hall recently acted for me with respect to the sale of one of my properties and she had also previously acted for me with the sale of another property. I must say that it has been a pleasure to deal with Sue. She is courteous, efficient, very direct and business like with her statements and communicates regularly. As a busy..."

- John

"Just wanted to thank you for making the sale of 53 Carrington Avenue so seamless and stressless. My only regret is that we haven't actually met you yet! But we will make sure to come over and do that before long. Anyway, thanks again for all your great work on our behalf. "

- Trevor & Pauline
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Hamilton / Waikato

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...

Aquatic Adventure Park for Hamilton?

27th Sep 17
The Hamilton City Council will meet this Thursday and vote on whether Perry Group's proposed Te Awa Lakes development will pass it's first hurdle. The development is expected to create a gateway to the city at the northernmost entry point of the expressway and will utilise 62 hectares of land...

Hamilton house buyers play wait and see game days out from Election

20th Sep 17
Taking notice of activity within the Real Estate industry over a long period of time, you would notice certain trends that effect the strength of activity - The busy times and the quiet times. I have been working in the Real Estate industry for nearly 20 years and as I expected,...

Rototuna - New Zealand's Boomtown?

13th Sep 17
Te Totara Primary School opened it's doors nine years ago and its existence was a direct response to the growing Rototuna population. In those early days, the school catered to 58 students. Today, Te Totara Primary School has over 800 students and that figure is expected to grow to over 1,000...

Hamilton's Special Housing Area's

6th Sep 17
Hamilton City Council is looking for patches of land to be turned into housing developments. That means developers and landowners can now apply to create the city's first special housing areas. The areas benefit from an accelerated resource consenting process, intended to get housing to the market faster. Council has...
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Sue Hall's Blog

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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The Results are In - Who's the Fastest and Who's the Slowest?

You've got to move quickly in Invercargill if you want to buy a home.  Real estate in the southern-most city is among the fastest selling in the country, due to increased demand from first home buyers, real estate experts say. Of the 12 suburbs where houses spent the shortest time on the market last year, all but three had median property values of less than $500,000.  Invercargill dominated the list, with homes in four of the city's suburbs typically selling within 20 days or less.

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Christmas at the Lake 2019

Once again this year, Christmas at the Lake returns to Innes Common. The free, community event will be happening this coming Saturday 21st December 2019 and will kick off from 5.30pm. There will be tonnes of performances and things to do including eight dance groups, four live bands, food stalls, rides and slides as well as face painting and Santa might even call in to visit the kids!

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Te Koopuu Mural Project Artists Selected

New Zealand’s soon to be largest mural has now got mastermind artists behind it and they are preparing to bring it to life in January 2020. A group of visual artists operating under the name Te Whētū Collective were recently selected to tackle the 248 metre long canvas.

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Hamilton's Average House Price Just Under $600,000

A lack of stock, a revitalised CBD and a positive economy helped push the average house price in Hamilton to $596,912 in November, according to the latest snapshot of the housing market. The CoreLogic QV House Price Index found Hamilton saw a 5.5 per cent year-on-year increase in average value, up 1.5 per cent on the quarter and 0.8 per cent higher than the month earlier.

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