Last Friday’s front page article by Liz MacDonald brought some timely affirmation of the comeback that TC3 property is experiencing in this current momentous marketplace. Clearly both the buying public and professionals are seeing the bigger picture and understanding that with the right information and procedures in place that there is “life after” for TC3 property. Liz’s comment on my Beach Road listing clearly reflected the almost frenzied response this property experienced – long may this continue. See also: ‘TC3 land prices holding – valuer’, Radio New Zealand.
It’s also a real coup by Westpac to secure such pertinent and relevant geotechnical information – having hard facts on these properties will unquestionably provide them with an edge in the competitive banking market.
The reality is that there is a shortage of property on the market – especially at entry level – and in many cases TC3 property is filling that gap.
Living in a TC3 property myself I can see the day fast approaching where there will be no tangible distinction between the TC categories. In the meantime buy them as often you are not paying the same premium that you would for TC1 or 2!
Online presence expanding my market
Thanks to the great skills of my PA Caleb who consistently ensures that my website and blog posts are kept up-to-date, with current and relevant data, online enquiry has gone to new levels.
Just over this last week requests for assistance have lead me as far afield south as Hoon Hay and to both Sumner and Mt Pleasant in the east, not to forget my home patch locally in Parklands. Being perceived as a professional that can provide specific property advice and real solutions brings great job satisfaction and ultimately creates that win/win result.
So with the warmer weather, longer days and more property coming onto the Spring market. Embrace, invest and prosper!