Category Archives: Residential Market Watch
Greigs Comments – Not very exciting I am afraid – but at least a slight lift in the market. May was the peek of this year to date with 219 sales which in normal times would be a terrible result. … Continue reading
Greigs Comments: Hamilton continues to show an increase in sales in the winter of 2011. Certainly over that of the all time lows of 2010.
Greigs Comments: 2011 sees the same slight recovery seen last in 2009 following the devistating 2008 year. Here in the Waikato we sit in the heart of the richest agricultural region in the country – hopefully real estate sales are … Continue reading
Greigs Comments: Yeh life returns to the residential real estate market in May 2011. The sold by signs have been telling the story of all the hard work done by sales people in March, April and May of this year. … Continue reading
Greigs Comments – One small step for man as they say! April has seen a small lift in sales (14) over last year. Won’t it be nice as they say if the baby steps were to continue. With the onset … Continue reading
Would’nt it be nice to go back in time to 1992 when 140 salespeople sold 201 homes in Hamilton as against 2010 when 220 sales peole sold 177 homes. That was without cell phones, email, facebook or twitter. Life did … Continue reading
Looking at the Hamilton Market for the last 10 years we see that the market peaked in 2004 and slumped into 2010. This was a 60 % reduction in sale numbers.
An improvement at last – April through December, have been very weak months in the Hamilton Residential sales scene. It is now pleasing to see an improvement from Octobers low of 139 sales to December with 177. This is as … Continue reading
Greigs Comments – a little life at last. Whilst 2010 will go down in history as the slowest real estate year in Hamilton for ever it is promising to see a small upturn in November being the best selling month … Continue reading
After 4 years of poor real estate sale numbers going all the way back to August 2007 the market seems to have bottomed out in the winter of 2010. Sales numbers at an average of 155 per month during this winter … Continue reading