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Sticking with Tradition

18th Jul 18

Bindi Norwell, CEO of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand featured on 1 NEWS Breakfast this morning to discuss the New Zealand real estate market.

Traditionally, Winter brings a slowing of the Real Estate market and this year, we appear to be sticking with that tradition. A slower market however does bring positives.

For sellers, buyers are still very much aware of the market and they are familiar with any stock that is already available. Bringing your property to the market during the Winter months and ensuring that it is priced sharply, will be a sure fire way of grabbing those buyers attention and getting a result.

During this time, buyers face less competition to secure a property. They are also afforded more time to see what other opportunities are available and to weigh up their choices more thoroughly.

Despite the traditional Winter slow-down, many regions are still experiencing strong growth. The latest figures from the REINZ show that the median residential house price for New Zealand is $460,000 which is an increase of 7% on June 2017.

For Lodge Managing Director, Jeremy O'Rourke's latest report on the Hamilton Real Estate market, click here.

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