The growth in value of properties in several areas of Auckland’s north-west region have
outperformed much of the rest of the city.
Auckland Council released its suburb-wide rateable value data last month, which show average increases for the three years since the previous valuations in mid-2014. Across Auckland, residential property increased 45 percent on average – but Helensville and Kaukapakapa homes increased 65 percent.
Nearby Parakai/South Head saw an increase of 69 percent, the eighth highest out of all Auckland’s 208 suburbs.
The jump in value compared to the rest of Auckland reflects the area’s increasing popularity, particularly among families - couples with children make up 40 percent of Helensville’s population. The current strong demand for well-priced house and land packages in Helensville is expected to increase as the town’s reputation for affordability, high-quality amenity and family-friendliness continues to grow.
In June of this year, American wholesale giant Costco announced plans to open it’s first New Zealand store in 2021 in the heart of Westgate’s master-planned retail, business and community hub on the city’s north-western fringe.
The team behind the Parkview Development are pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring the Tu Tangi Ora Waka Ama team.
Helensville’s unique location and charming rural character are what separates this small township from its neighbouring areas. Now, thanks to considerable growth across Auckland’s northwestern regions, Helensville is shaping up to be the best of the west.
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