Dinsdale is a popular area with elevated streets and homes, and city views. Most homes were built in the 70s. Dinsdale Mall, local shops and eateries are nearby, along with Bremworth Park and Parklands Golf Club.
Nawton is an affordable suburb close to the city centre with local shops and cafes, open fields and the Hamilton Zoo just around the corner. It is a closely-knit community with easy-care sections and generally low maintenance housing.
Frankton is one of Hamilton’s oldest suburbs and features many character cottages as well as new townhouses. A variety of shops are available, including Frankton’s open-air mall and markets. Notable Hamilton businesses, such as Gallaghers and Woolrest, had their beginnings here.
Here you'll find a range of modern, high density housing and older character homes close to the CBD, Waikato Stadium, the Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) and Waikato Hospital. Spectacular views and homes can be found around the lake.
Understanding who your buyer is is a cornerstone to selling a house. Knowing who your key buyers are (or will be) and what their needs are can affect the value the Hamilton housing market places on your property—and how, whether and when you decide to buy, sell or invest.
Major infrastructure and community developments can have a long-lasting impact on the housing market. In the space of a few years, they can transform local neighbourhoods into some of the best and most sought-after suburbs in Hamilton.