Auckland, Tauranga and Hamilton House Sale down in June 2016
Has the wave moved beyond the Golden Triangle into the lower north and south islands. Well simple put yes!!!
So in AK, Tauranga & the Tron sale numbers are down. Just a touch in AK but significantly in Hamilton and Tauranga. This against a back drop of increased listings in Hamilton at least.
So maybe the efforts to get more stock into the market place is starting to have an effect. Which ever way you look at it, it seems that the market has peaked and rash policy from the reserve bank and or government is not needed
Tuakau Housing Statistics April 2016
Steady as she goes in 2016 in Tuakau with sales averaging around 10 per month. If you are thinking of selling in Tuakau please use a local agency – that being an agency contributing to the town with an office and personnel. These agencies and the sales staff who work in them are putting there money and energy into the local community – so please support local.
The Hamilton and Waikato Markets have been in catch up mode since Auckland discovered the value to be had in this market place. This began post the election in September 2014 when sales in Hamilton City where around 200 per month and culminated in sales in September 2015 of 457. Since then the market has eased – this can been seen by going to the tab ‘Hamilton Market’ in this blog. This easing had left the city in a very strong and sustainable real estate market place of 300 – 370 sales per month.
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