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Hamilton's Market is Ramping Up!

14th Mar 18

The latest QV house price figures are out and show that nationwide, property values are increasing.

In February, house prices nationwide have increased 6.5% to an average of $672,645, which is an increase of 1.2% in the last three months.  However, it appears that the majority of growth has taken place away from Auckland and Christchurch.  In fact, Auckland’s increase was the slowest annual rate the city has experienced since August 2017.  Christchurch actually experienced a drop in house values, down by 0.8%.  After a slow start to the year, Hamilton and Tauranga markets are now showing good levels of activity, which is predicted to only increase as the year continues.

Easing in the Loan to Value restrictions and lower interest rates have allowed more first home buyers back into the market.  Slightly lower deposit requirements are also seeing investors re-enter the marketplace.

For more of the lastest facts and figures from CoreLogic, visit www.qv.co.nz.

 

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