Monthly Market Update - November
Rising like a Phoenix from the ashes is a simile that beautifully sums up the Christchurch real estate market for the month of November.
Monthly Market Update - October
Home owners took a cautious approach throughout October, with listing numbers remaining steady in a season where we usually see a surge in properties coming to the market. Buyers continue to be very active on the back of attractive interest rates and the return of housing market confidence. Of particular note were our full auction rooms with strong bidding activity culminating in very successful property sales.
Monthly Market Update - September
September is a gateway month for the good people of Christchurch, a gateway to the warmer months and time to start thinking about putting away that puffer jacket you wear on the sidelines at Saturday morning sport. Frosty ground has been replaced with a catalog of colour as the garden city comes to life with new growth and vitality.
Monthly Market Update - August
August also saw a 3.3% lift in the median sale price as the trend line continued to go in the right direction.
Monthly Market Update - July
Price expectations from our vendors continue to put pressure on buyers, with alignment often achieved through strong negotiation.
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Monthly Market Update - June
Bank lending and pre-approval rates have risen, providing a welcome return to positive sales growth from this time last year.
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Monthly Market Update - May
Whilst the market remained stable, 654 sales saw a significant 17.6% jump in sales from April with the median sale price static at $452,500.
Monthly Market Update - April
April results in from REINZ show that while the median house price across New Zealand increased by 6.4% in April, the median price in Canterbury remained static at $460k.