April property asking prices indicate an increasingly seller’s market

Average property asking prices are good indicators of current market sentiments. Statistically, asking prices tend to correlate closely with sales prices recorded in future months when those properties are sold.

Recent information released by Realestate.co.nz indicate a seller’s market for the majority of New Zealand, with average property asking prices up 1.3% for April 2016 (compared to the previous month).

While April asking prices have increased nationwide, Northland, Coromandel and Southland were star performers, recording healthy increases of more than 5 percent compared to the previous month.

Property Asking Price April 2016

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