Sue Hall

"My reputation is your guarantee"

"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

"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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1/2 Moana Street, Frankton$489,000

MAKE YOUR DREAMS A REALITY
Property Details
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  • 2
  • 1
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 0 living areas
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 car space
  • - land area
  • 72 m2 - building area

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Contact
Sue Hall
Phone: 07 839 4787
Mobile: 021 745 465
Email: sueh@lodge.co.nz
Licensed Salesperson REAA 2008
Next Open Home
Sunday 16 December
3:45pm
From the moment you stop in front of this brand new townhouse, you will fall in love. One of only four and built in keeping with the other homes in this quality location. Only a short distance from both the CBD and Lake Rotoroa (Hamilton Lake). Once inside this road frontage home, you will feel the quality and attention to detail in both the design and the workmanship of the builder. Offering open plan living with a great feeling of space and a high stud of 2.7m, a well designed kitchen with soft close cabinetry, induction hob, wall oven and a small breakfast bar. Heating for winter and cooling for summer is easy with a centrally located heatpump. Entertaining is easy with a huge deck to relax on and enjoy those long summer evenings, as well as a small fenced front yard. Internal access garaging provides safe easy entry plus an extra twist is a ranch slider providing entry onto the deck. This home is truly special and one definitely worth your inspection, whether you are first home buyer, downsizing, wanting a lock and leave home or if you are an investor. Being zoned for Hamilton Boys and Hamilton Girls High Schools just adds to the benefits of this location. Call Sue to arrange your viewing today!
Sue Hall's Blog

Generational Change

Its not news – With every generation change, the way we live our lives changes as well. Never has that statement been as correct as it is now … Economically, it makes more sense to go out and buy a jersey instead of knitting one, the big “OE” is now par for the course, a large amount of socialising is done via Apps or websites, more and more infants and toddlers are in full time care as both parents need ...

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In Hamilton? Really?

It’s no surprise that Auckland has the highest number of million dollar homes in the country. But did you know that along with Queenstown and Wellington, Hamilton has some of the most expensive non-Auckland real estate? It’s true! A couple of properties on Pembroke Street, right by the Lake, were worth $17.2 and $15.8 million dollars! Those two sales hold the top two places for the most expensive real estate outside of Auckland!

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Sticking with Tradition

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.

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Have your say with the Hamilton City Council

Every six years, Council's are required to hold a review around their representations and this year, the Hamilton City Council will be holding it's Representation Review. To help with the pre-consultation phase of the review, the Council has launched a public survey via the internet.

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The Doors are Reopening!

After a year and a half of waiting, the Hamilton City Council has announced a date for the reopening of the Central City Library. Back in December 2016, there were serious concerns raised around the safety of the Library building, should Hamilton experience any seismic activity. The issues that were discovered called for the immediate close of the building until repairs could be carried out.

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