NAI Harcourts has released its second Key Assets portfolio for 2017.
Hamilton investment properties remain in hot demand at the moment, particularly for those below $1m and even more so for those below $500,000.
Nine rare commercial sites in Hobsonville Point have been snapped up by investors.
Part of the Brickworks development, the commercial properties are located in the heart of Hobsonville Point and are positioned to capitalise on the rapid growth planned for the suburb.
Over the next eight years, 4,500 to 5,000 houses will be built, bringing the total population up to 11,000.
A prime 3 hectare block of freehold land located in the heart of the Flatbush, is for sale. The property has stage one consent for a mixed-use residential, retail, commercial development covering approximately one third of the land area.
Jon Whisker of NAI Harcourts Auckland City is currently marketing 285 Murphy Road on behalf of the international owner who, due to a change of circumstances, wants the property sold. 285 Murphy Road will be sold by tender. Tender closes at 4pm on Thursday 9 April, 2015, and should be submitted to the offices of NAI Harcourts located at 18 Emily Place, Auckland.
A brand new retail unit with a potential market rental of $35,300 p.a. may sell at an extremely competitive price as the developer exits from the Browns Bay “Norfolk” Apartment Complex to focus on their next project. The timing of the sale offers opportunity for investors and owner occupiers who wish to beat construction price rises.
This dual space office/warehouse offers owner-occupiers and investors flexibility in a location earmarked for growth.
This two-level 478 square metre office/warehouse at Unit A, 50 Diana Drive, Wairau Valley, offers two separate areas. The left hand side of the building contains ground floor office/storage space with an upstairs kitchen, bathroom, and space suitable for office administration, with a combined area of 199.7 square metres.