Hamilton in 2024 - Plenty of Reasons to Invest

Posted 25 Jan

Plenty of reasons to consider Hamilton and surrounding satellite towns as an investment location in 2024.

2024 is now upon us, and with positive CPI data trends, more investor-friendly tax legislation coming through and the potential for easing of interest rates in the foreseeable future, it is not surprising that many are now turning their sights to purchasing an investment property this year.

Hamilton is a proven fantastic location to invest, providing strong long term capital growth and rental demand. Job growth is varied and strong, and the population has increased by over 23% in the last decade, higher than the national increase over the same span.

Many people are choosing to settle in Hamilton for work and thus driving up demand for rental accommodation. Hamilton is often seen as a city that feeds off the activity in the areas around it, including Tauranga and Auckland. However, there are many developments and large infrastructure projects happening at the moment that are, and will continue to propel Hamilton forward and attract more jobs and a higher population.

Below are a plethora of current projects that are ongoing and are already changing the face of the city.
Residential Development Projects:

Commercial/Industrial Projects:

Retail Projects:

Your Buyers Agent for Hamilton

Ben Meehan is a local investor and buyers agent, and he is happy to chat about where Hamilton and it's surrounding towns are heading, and what represents good buying in the Waikato.

Get in touch today.

We are really pleased to say we had an excellent experience with iFindProperty. Ben was so easy to work with and really understood the market. He found us a fantastic deal and we’ll certainly be asking for his help again in the not to distant future. Thanks Ben.

Cindy M.


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