Valuation movements across the city

Click on the images below to see how Hamilton values have changed since 2012.
There are individual maps for land value and capital value.

Land value changes

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Capital value changes

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Disclaimer: The information supplied on these maps is intended to provide public users with the ability to view the wider changes within Hamilton as a result of the 2015 Revaluation. Although Hamilton City Council makes every effort to ensure this spatial data is correct, it should not be relied on as notification of its official status. If you require the official valuation status of an individual property then refer to the property search database .

Residential movements from 2012 to 2015 by suburb 

The percentages shown below represent the average change within the location and sector. Individual properties will vary from the averages shown.  

Location  Average Capital Value ($) Capital Value Change (%)  Average Land  Value ($) Land Value Change (%) 
 1 CBD   390,354  2.2 185,809  5.0
 2 Beerescourt   450,171  22.8 245,535 33.6
 3 Maeroa   388,558  23.2 206,681 39.3
 4 Frankton   311,820  18.6 159,669 40.4
 5 Fairfield / Woodstock   373,468  26.3 179,981 28.1
 6 Claudelands Hamilton East   418,670  26.7 195,353 30.4
 7 Melville   341,736  28.2 191,859 49.9
 8 Glenview   397,542  31.4  221,520 50.6
 9 Lake / Hospital   525,919  21.6  269,423 20.7
 10 Dinsdale  411,271  25.3  210,094 40.2
 11 Te Rapa / Avalon Dve  315,848  28.0  207,978 40.1
 12 Nawton   341,895  26.8  183,076 40.9
 13 St Andrews   483,441  30.4  250,400 46.6
 14 Pukete   441,870  27.8  229,295 47.5
 15 Flagstaff / Rototuna / Huntington / Harrowfield  579,998  32.5  261,625 40.2
 16 Chartwell / Chedworth   452,797  26.2  220,351 30.0
 17 Hillcrest / Silverdale   429,414  26.5  207,322 30.8
 18 Peacockes / Rotokauri /                Flagstaff North  633,488  28.5  339,859  39.8
 
 

Valuation movements by sector

Categories No. of Properties Average 2015 Capital ValueAverage 2015 Land ValueCapital Value          increase from 2012​Land Value    increase from 2012
​Residential​50,806​$441,525​$220,422​27.2%​36.8%
​Commercial​2,230​$1,481,419​$473,179​7.7%​8.3%
​Industrial​2,040​$1,047,305​$473,370​5.8%​1.8%
 
 
 
 
 
 
Page reviewed: 15 Apr 2016 3:32pm