The northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland, Whangarei is benefiting from Auckland's expansion north, as well
as promising developments around the port.
New Zealand's economic and cultural hub, Auckland is home to more than 2 million people and that is just the beginning; the population
is tipped to soar in the city of sails in the next 2 decades.
Hamilton is the regional capital of the Waikato and has a strong economy underpinned by farming, manufacturing, tertiary education and
health. Being 1 hour south of Auckland doesn't hurt, either.
No longer just for retirees and bowls clubs, this slice of paradise is home to a rapidly growing, young and dynamic population, who
enjoy the fabulous all year round lifestyle.
The "starting point" for many investors, Rotorua traditionally has a large pool of renters and the lower cost of homes and
higher yields makes it an attractive market for property investment.
This South Waikato town boomed during the forestry golden years and then fell on hard times in the 1990's. In recent years the region
has turned around and is a popular living and investment choice for many.
"Palmy" is at the heart of the Manawatū district and is the economic and cultural centre of the Manawatū-Whanganui region.
The city has excellent fundamentals for a diverse property investment portfolio.
Genuine growth potential in a stable and secure environment with strong employment and income levels, means Wellington, The Hutt Valley and
the Kapiti Coast must be on the radar of any serious investor.
The economic hub of the South Island, Christchurch offers the population (and jobs) of it's North Island rivals at a lower price point.
There is opportunity but is it crucial to have the right team in place.
Underpinned by the prestigious Otago University, Dunedin is no longer just student pubs and damp, cold flats. Investors in "the
Edinburgh of the South" have been rewarded for the shift to quality accommodation.
One of the most beautiful locations in New Zealand, Queenstown has been a very hot property market for many years. Investors flock here
looking for a slice of the region's rampant growth.