2018 Revaluation movements across the city

​​​Click on the images below to see how Hamilton values have changed since 2015.
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 2018 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 2015 to 2018 by suburb 

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

Location Capital Value Average Change (%)2018 Average Capital Value   ($)Land Value Average Change (%)2018 Average Land Value      ($) 
Baverstock / Peacocke / Greenhill48.4%$676,10061.5%$473,300
Flagstaff North / Rototuna North38.6%$898,70058.3%$493,900
Frankton36.1%$431,20075.1%$269,500
Hamilton Central34.9%$544,90045.2%$269,700
Beerescourt / Whitiora33.9%$612,50065.0%$401,200
Fairfield / Enderley / Fairview Downs33.5%$502,90059.5%$284,300
Maeroa / Forest Lake33.3%$527,20064.7%$337,500
Lake / Hospital31.5%$700,50062.5%$431,300
Dinsdale / Western Heights / Grandview / Templeview31.3%$547,90052.5%$318,400
Glenview / Deanwell / Fitzroy31.0%$531,10054.7%$338,500
Hillcrest / Silverdale / Riverlea30.7%$568,40065.4%$339,100
Melville / Bader30.6%$452,00051.9%$286,700
Chartwell / Queenwood / Chedworth29.9%$593,70072.4%$379,000
Hamilton East / Claudelands29.5%$547,20069.6%$329,500
Nawton29.0%$443,70050.6%$275,200
Pukete26.7%$567,00064.9%$377,800
Flagstaff / Rototuna / Huntington / Harrowfield24.7%$729,00059.0%$411,600
St Andrews21.5% $584,80061.8%$398,900
 
 Areas represented are based on aggregated suburb data and include properties in the Council's Residential rating sector.

Valuation movements by sector

CategoriesNo. of PropertiesCapital Value increase from 2015 Average 2018 Capital ValueLand Value increase from 2015​Average 2018 Land Value   
​Residential53,449​30.3%$582,80061.1%$352,400
​Commercial​2,28224.7%$1,936,50047.7%$1,640,000
​Industrial​2,107​24.9%$1,388,60040.6%$683,500
 
 The split of Commercial and Industrial data is based on QV information using valuation land use codes.
 
Page reviewed: 15 Oct 2019 4:37pm