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Where has all the real estate gone? - Gone to a place far far away… Do we believe the hype coming out of Auckland and more belatedly Christchurch. Ross Foreman (New Zealand greatest Real Estate Auctioneer) told me yesterday that … Continue reading
Greigs Comments – this pie chart shows the continued preference of buyers for Hamiltons northern suburbs and new homes. One notable point is the strength of two older suburbs name Hillcreat and Hamilton East support by popular school zones. … Continue reading
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 – The area’s with the greatest market share of the still limited sales in Hamilton seem to be those with new housing estates within them. Although new dwelling consents are at record lows in Hamilton buyers are seeing … Continue reading
Greigs Comments – Talk about flat line – sales in Hamilton have been flat over the last year with the usual peek into March. It is worth noting that April has achieved 14 more sales that April 2010. It will … Continue reading
Not an exciting bar graph when we see the shock of 2008 followed by a mild recovery in 2009 at 247 sales followed by slow decline in 10 and 11
A not surprising lift has been seen in the market as one of the years most active months reports in. Although obviously still down on March of 2010 fresh sold by signs around the city are much appreciated.
Greigs Thoughts – steady process all downnnnnnnnnnward- the month of February showing steady prgress in the continued trend down in the number of sales. However the activity on the ground has been more prisk and as we see the sales activity … Continue reading
Grieg’s Thoughts – as another real estate principal said to me yesterday “Greig I am past second guessing the market, if I was still into ill-informed guessing I would be an economist” Certainly February has been busier on the ground. I … Continue reading