Discovering the Bays

Cruising down picturesque Tamaki Drive will land you in the enviable areas of Mission Bay, Kohimarama, St Heliers and Glendowie where life is sweeter by the sea. Rangitoto, colourful sunsets and the occasional pod of dolphins means there is always something stunning to see.

It’s a place where neighbours stop and say “hello” while out and about. There are popular beaches, green spaces, endless recreational opportunities, regular community events and incredible public and private schools.

Eateries and bars are ample making decisions where to dine difficult. Boutique shopping, locally-owned retailers, service providers and even a cinema means almost every convenience is at your fingertips.

With St Heliers Bay Village and Eastridge Shopping Centre ,you never need to venture far for groceries or essentials like a salon or dry cleaner. Doctors, dentists, gyms and childcare choices will impress. A quick commute to the CBD means that you will never have to waste hours in traffic. What you will love the most though is the palpable sense of community that permeates these suburbs. Trust me – life is better in the Bays!

It’s undeniable that the interconnected nature of the global economy plays a crucial role in influencing local real estate markets – including in Auckland. For instance, interest rates and monetary policies adopted by central banks globally can influence local borrowing costs, impacting the affordability of real estate for potential buyers. Foreign investments also play a significant role, as capital flows across borders can influence property prices in various regions.

Low-interest rates and favorable lending conditions are expected to persist, further stimulating property investment. Auckland’s cultural attractions, high quality of life, and scenic landscapes continue to draw individuals and businesses, driving demand for real estate. As the global economy rebounds from challenges, Auckland is likely to benefit from increased international investment and migration. All these factors collectively create a positive environment for the real estate market in Auckland, suggesting that 2024 will be a great year for property with overall growth in the region.

At the coalface, I am seeing homes sell and lots of activity and interest in people buying and selling for all the usual reasons. Now is the time to give me a call so you can leverage the uptick in activity that is so evident as we begin the year.




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