Auckland is New Zealand’s economic centre which provides for multiple opportunities for growth and development investments across a range of sectors including real estate.
Auckland is home to a vast number of multi-national and national head offices. The population growth alone has seen significant increase in net migration as the rest of world and returning Kiwis have come to appreciate what Auckland has to offer.
Wellington is made up of several distinct markets; The inner city and CBD apartment market, West Wellington is popular with owner/ occupiers with low investor yields; South Wellington is popular as it is coastal with many beaches, popular with tenants; North Wellington including Johnsonville and Tawa – this is slightly further out with high demand for first home buyers and tenants.
The first place to see the sunrise each day, the Gisborne region features high sunshine hours and thousands of acres of fertile land surrounded by hills and the Pacific Ocean creating a unique micro-climate with some of the best farming and growing conditions in the World.
Gisborne is also the best performing location for property investors. According to the Real Estate Institute it is the only region where rental yields increased last year.
Christchurch has a new vibe; it is a new City coming into its own. Following years of demolition, interruption and uncertainty since the 2011 earthquakes, we are now starting to see a modern new City emerge from the ashes.
Christchurch sits with the Pacific Ocean to the East, leading out from Banks Peninsula; the foothills of the Southern Alps to the West and rolling farmland, known as the Canterbury Plains in between. Christchurch is an adventure playground, with easy access to outdoor activities in a stunning environment.