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November Update

15th Dec 15

The number of residential properties sold in Hamilton during November continued to reflect both the buyer confidence in the Hamilton market, and the strong population growth the city is enjoying.

 However, for the first time since May this year buyers displayed a resistance to price with the city’s median pulling back from $435,000 in October to $425,000 in November.

The median has soared 24% since March so a degree of consolidation was to be expected. Vendors need to exercise caution when setting an asking price as buyers are beginning to overlook properties which are priced ahead of the market. This is evident in auction rooms where clearance rates are down slightly and is also reflected in median days to sell which is out to 29 days from 23 days in August.

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