From the frontlines: End of week report for week ending July 31 2020

 
 
The market overall in most centres is extremely strong (we would use the term 'red hot' but it's a bit emotive ) and we are seeing crazy levels of activity!
 
Our clients in Wellington, Christchurch, Whangarei, Tauranga, Hamilton, Dunedin, Hawkes Bay, Palmy, are all reporting the same things, massive interest levels from home-buyers and very strong investment demand as well.
 
At our meeting in Manukau this week with our Advanced Results Team, the owner of the largest Real Estate franchise in South Auckland and several agents from his office ran us through the activity and sales results as we do most weeks, and they are as strong as we've ever seen in over 20 years of investing.
 
Auction rooms so full that 40+ people had to stand outside (see the photo, crikey ), multiple-offer situations on almost everything within a day or two of listing, some with 10+ offers! Agents desperate for stock and not enough coming to market to even closely...
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The Absolute Absurdity of Paying any attention to House Prices or what’s in the news (June 2020) by Graeme Fowler

New article by Graeme Fowler below team.

As always, well worth the read.

You’ll recognise many of the alignments in messages in this to what we constantly bombard you with, particularly ‘if it makes sense now, buy it now’, and his love and trust for the media and commentators.

Enjoy! 

The Absolute Absurdity of Paying any attention to House Prices or what’s in the news (June 2020).

Here are a few headlines from various news articles, most of them over the past year or two.

1. Rotorua house prices up more than 25%

2. Rotorua - House sellers cash in, making median $200k as capital gains reach record

3. Tight Hamilton housing market pushes property values up

4. Hamilton’s house prices keep rocketing up

5. Fierce competition for Hamilton homes means prices likely to rise

6. Asking prices for Waikato homes increases 74% in five years

7. Waikato’s median house price climbs $60,000 in a year

8. Tauranga out-ranks Auckland as NZ’s most...

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