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Canterbury alongside Gisborne were the two residential property markets not to experience growth in the 12 months to February 2017, with Trade Me Property reporting a decrease of -0.5% in their property price index.
If we look closer at the data then this small dip was caused solely from large 5+ bedroom homes which saw asking prices fall -1.5%. There were, however, positive signs in 1-2 bedroom homes category (+3.1%) and 3-4 bedroom homes category (+0.9%).
According to Quotable Value, the average value of residential properties in Christchurch City increased by 2.4% between March 2016 and March 2017, from $485,700 to $497,120.
While the rest of the country is experiencing strong growth in rental prices, Christchurch has been trending downwards, with a -3.7% drop over the past 12 months. Trade Me Property reports a decrease in the median weekly rent to $495, the same level it was at three years ago.
The dip in rental prices was experienced across the board with all property types and sizes down year on year.
The rent of properties of five or more bedrooms decreased by -6.9% to $605 per week. Townhouses have experienced a dip year on year down by -9.1% to $400 a week while units are down a striking 11.8% to $300 per week.