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7 September 2020

PGG Wrightson Real Estate Awards 2020

PGG Wrightson Real Estate Awards 2020

We are happy to announce the winners for our recent national awards. Congratulations to our successful colleagues and thank you to everybody for all your hard work of the past year.

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Property Report: Rural sector a safe place to invest

21 August 2020
The Country's Jamie Mackay is joined by PGG Wrightson's General Manager for Rural Real Estate Peter Newbold to take a look at the rural property market this month.

The market has had a few good months, said Newbold, who explained that July, which was usually a quieter month, had been the best it's been in the past six years.

Not only that, but August was tracking to be just as good.

There was still an increase of activity in the rural sector, particularly for lifestyle properties - especially those closer to larger metropolitan communities, said Newbold.

Mackay asked about interest in farming properties.

At the moment, the key properties were sheep and beef, said Newbold. There were also signs to indicate horticulture was on the rise.

Mackay noted there was evidence to suggest that lending institutions were "playing ball for the right clients."

Newbold agreed, adding that there seemed to be more of an appetite to lend money and the rural sector was a safe place to invest compared to other areas that are under pressure from COVID-19.

Property Report: Peter Newbold 17 September 2020

21 September 2020

Rural Lifestyle on the rise

The Country's Jamie Mackay is joined by PGG Wrightson's General Manager for Rural Real Estate Peter Newbold, to take a look at the rural property market this month.

There had been an increase in interest around rural properties. Newbold put it down to low interest rates and, from an investment perspective, property had been always been safe.

"If you buy it right then you'll get a good return ... the lifestyle is something we all enjoy."

For the first time in four to five years all sectors in rural were moving forward. In addition, traditional selling periods were changing.

The dairy industry had stalled recently, however, as Newbold pointed out, some dairy farms had sold where the vendor had provided a good price with a fair return.

"Kautuku" is a multi-purpose farming business on the doorstep of Hastings. Situated some 10 kilometres west of Hastings, this 420 hectare property has it all. The options here are endless and the current owners of thirty plus years are handing it on in great heart.

Property Report: Rural Real Estate is on the rise

19 October 2020

The Country’s Jamie Mackay is joined by PGG Wrightson’s General Manager for Rural Real Estate Peter Newbold to take a look at the rural property market this month.

Mackay cracks into it talking about Fonterra’s recent activity and queries corporates investing back into farming. Newbold confirms and notes that the increase of corporate investment and even the addition of some individuals are seeing farming as a good place to invest.

Currently there is an increase of activity in the rural market and properties are selling well for this time of year. Newbold feels that there will be a strong run up until Christmas.

Mackay says that investing in farming has now becoming a yield story rather than a capital gains story, and there is no short of people looking to get our if they can get their monies worth.

Newbold agrees and adds that there is a softening in the approach as far as money available to invest in rural and there is an increase of properties valued in the 7-12 million dollar bracket selling in the current market.

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