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With over 30 years’ experience in the region, Quinovic offers expert knowledge of the local market. Our eight Wellington offices manage apartments and houses throughout the city and surrounding suburbs – Mt Victoria, Thorndon, Johnsonville, the Hutt Valley and Kapiti, to name but a few.
Because we have in-depth insight into the market, we can ensure that you’ll receive the maximum rent for your property and area. Better still, our reputation for managing quality properties means we attract the best property managers and the highest calibre of tenants.
We also have relationships with the best local trades-people, so you can benefit from accessing high quality maintenance at competitive costs.
We’ve been developing and refining our Care and Return systems for over 30 years. Find out how these systems can help unlock the maximum return in your property while protecting its value.
We manage apartments and houses throughout the city and surrounding suburbs, with offices in the following areas:
The Wellington residential property market continues to thrive, with Quotable Value recording the average house value in the city as $726,902, compared to $625,319 in June 2016, a 16.2% rise. Wellington North has experienced even stronger growth, jumping by 17.5% from $548,069 to $643,916 during the same period.
Trade Me Property reports that the average asking price has risen by 11.2% since June last year. 1-2 bedroom homes are especially popular among investors, with the average asking price in Wellington now $415,250, an increase of 14.3% over the past 12 months.
The Wellington rental market is going strong, with major lifts in median weekly rent across all sectors over the last 12 months. Wellington experienced a 9.8% increase in median rents between May 2016 and May 2017, according to Trade Me Property. 5+ bedroom houses are experiencing the most growth (16.7%) with a median rent of $700/week. The median rent for 1-2 bedroom houses, on the other hand, has increased by 7.1% to $375/week.