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Renovating in Hamilton? Maximise your investment!

Renovating in Hamilton? Maximise your investment!
Hamilton’s median house price reached a record high of $562,000 last April, according to Real Estate Institute of NZ Statistics. Meanwhile according to some Trade Me property data, the average asking prices have hit a record $645,900 in May. This trend is expected to continue for some time. Demand for homes is quickly outstripping supply. The disparity is so huge that, according to a Stuff NZ report in June, Hamilton will need around 900 new property listings for the market to balance itself out. Nevertheless, confidence at both ends of the market is rising, leading to increased competition among buyers. Homes above $1 million are currently selling strong, representing 3.3 percent of total city house sales during the first quarter of the year. On the other hand, high-end lifestyle properties located along the edges of Hamilton are even selling around the $2 million mark. The median government value of homes sold in the city in April alone was $415,000 with a relatively quick median selling rate of 36 days. In other words, the market is in favour of the seller. So if you have plans of putting your property on the market, now’s the best time! To take full advantage of the market right now, you may want to consider some do-ups to increase your property value and guarantee a quick sale. These are the home improvements known to bring the best return: Walls Nothing spruces up a home’s look and vibe easier than freshly painted walls. Go with the interior colour trends of today to give your home a modern look. Or stick with neutrals to appeal to...

Building In The Hamilton Area? We Can Do Your Renovation!

Building In The Hamilton Area? We Can Do Your Renovation!
Does your Hamilton home need a makeover? Maybe you have just bought a piece of land in the Waikato region and want to begin your home build. Whatever the case may be, we at Renovations NZ are there to help you with your Hamilton and Waikato Renovation project. What services do we offer in Hamilton? Our full renovation and home rebuilding service is available to the whole Waikato region. This means that whether you are building a new home, renovating your older home or want to add an extension or room, our Hamilton team can help. Just like in Auckland, our team is ready to take on any renovation you have in mind. Even though Hamilton is not as big as Auckland, building work is quickly picking up and more and more people and beginning to work on their homes. The city is expanding and builders are getting more and more busy trying to keep up with the demand. Now is the perfect time to start your build before the rush really comes. Renovating your Hamilton home The process of renovating your home, whether rebuilding your Hamilton kitchen, starting a Waikato Bathroom renovation, or doing a complete home renovation is very similar to our Auckland projects. The processes are very much the same, and our Waikato team will ensure that your project goes smoothly for you and that we take care of all the worries including council requirements and paperwork, permits and legal matters. Time to begin? If you are ready to begin your Hamilton project, get in contact with our Hamilton and Waikato renovation team today! We’re ready...

We Also Do Renovations In Hamilton!

We Also Do Renovations In Hamilton!
Hamilton is very much an up an coming city, following closely behind Auckland. Due to it’s relatively close proximity and the large spill over of property demand in Auckland, Hamilton has begun to see it’s fair share of home builds, renovations and construction work. Whether you are in Crawshaw, Livingstone, Aberdeen or Hillcrest, you will not doubt have noticed both the demand for houses and the increase in house building projects around Hamilton. Property managers and real estate agents all agree that the housing market has been on the steady rise for quite some time. Are you looking to renovate your Hamilton home? From Chartwell to Thorton, Stonebridge to Forest Lake, we can take care of any renovation, rebuild or house building project you have in mind. Our Hamilton team have been involved in a number of renovations over the years, helping many home owners make their dream homes a reality. Our Hamilton and Waikato service includes the following suburbs: Frankton Te Rapa Hillcrest Aberdeen Crawshaw Livingstone Chartwell Thorton Stonebridge Forest Lake Claudelands Dinsdale Fairfield Fairview Downs Flagstaff Who will you be working with?   Mike Wilson – Mike has spend several years working with Hamilton homes owners to plan, construct and complete all kinds of buildings from single room extensions to extensive home renovations. From Frankton to Te Rapa, he has been at the center of many renovation projects in the city of Hamilton and in the wider Waikato area.     Ready to begin your Hamilton renovation? Get in contact with our Hamilton Renovations team now and let’s begin your project!        ...

Renovations NZ Opens Up In The Waikato Operating With Its HQ Out Of Hamilton

Renovations NZ Opens Up In The Waikato Operating With Its HQ Out Of Hamilton
Renovations NZ is always striving ahead to meet the demands of New Zealand’s people when it comes to building renovations and design. One of the fastest growing regions in New Zealand is the Waikato. Within the Waikato region, Hamilton is growing at an exponential rate. Back in 2014 it was suggested that 26 families a week were moving into the area with the North East being developed and gaining popularity. Currently, Hamilton has New Zealand’s fourth largest urban area, and is one of our fastest growing cities. Both urban and northern migration are key factors in Hamilton’s growth as people are drawn to the city for employment and education. Hamilton is located in the heart of the Waikato, one of New Zealand’s richest Agricultural regions. The Waikato is New Zealand’s highest export region and accounts for around 20% of the country’s total exports. Agriculture, biotechnology, light innovation, transport logistics, science research and education dominate most of Hamilton’s economy but other industrial sectors such as manufacturing and retail are emerging and provide a diverse employment environment in the city. Many “greenfield” areas have been opened up for development. The middle of 2016 saw 3400 plots available for building with more in the pipeline to allow for further city development. This expansion and the movement of people from places like Auckland to the perceived more economically friendly Waikato area has increased demands for building companies and their labourers. When expansion in an area takes off, it is always good to be in the middle of it all. Because of the stability of the area, and the likely ongoing expansion, Renovations NZ...