Property Mangement | An update post

Posted by on Jan 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Property Mangement | An update post

Not too long ago I did a post on Property Management (if you missed it you can view it here; http://brookfieldsstud.co.nz/91/) That post was for one of my friends in the US, I thought I would do an update post and bring it a little closer to home (speak about the state of Property Management in NZ).

I started to interview several “auckland real estate” agents, and ask what they think was going to happen to different parts of New Zealand in the property management industry in 2016.

Of course the main point that most of the real estate agents touched on was the fact that the Auckland housing market is going to continue to boom and boom. With thousands of people migrating to Auckland each week, the demand for property is extremely high, but the supply is obviously going to get lower and lower (you can only have so many places to live in one city!).

Specifically Vanessa Mowlem stated the following when I spoke to her on the phone just a few days ago. This is what she had to say about the New Zealand housing future.

“Kiwis aren’t just looking for a property that they can come and sleep in at the end of a long days work. They are looking for a place that they can call “home” and let their children grow up in. However this can often be hard in places like Auckland an Christchurch. With properties close to the city going for upwards of 600,000 dollars many young people are finding it hard to find a property that suits both their family lifestyle, and their working lifestyle. I suggest kiwis shop around through several real estate agents. Find one that understands your needs and willm work personally with you to find the best place that you can call home”.

Thanks so much for the quote Vanessa! Really appreciate you taking the time of day to speak to us on the blog.

If you’d like to learn more about Vanessa Mowlem I highly suggest you visit her website, which is highlighted throughout this post.

Until next time

Mark