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The tough get-going with Anjee’s Team at Hills Real Estate

Anjini Lata

Venkat Raman
Auckland, July 21, 2022

It is often said that the property market is exciting and exacting and that when the going gets tough, the tough get going.

True to this precept, Hills Real Estate has been a source of inspiration and endearment to a growing number of clients in the residential and commercial property market.

Rickhil Prakash, Director of the company, has taken the quality of service to a new level and is respected for his leadership and entrepreneurial excellence.

High level of customer confidence

While he brings ten years of experience and expertise to the profession, his team of licensed salespersons led by Anjini Lata is determined to provide customers with the highest level of service and knowledge.

“Whether you are in the market to buy or sell, ‘Team Anjee’ will provide professional service with the highest level of service and knowledge. Anjini and her people have earned the confidence of customers in a fiercely competitive Auckland market,” he said.

Anjini Lata and her team at Hills Real Estate are adding to the excitement in the Property Market.

With close to a decade of experience across the Auckland property marketplace and as a core member of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ), Anjini’s achievements result from her unwavering character values, consistency, and a personal drive for excellence and client satisfaction.

Since launching her career in real estate, she has shaped a strong reputation as an upright and transparent licensed agent, whose hard work has appointed her to the latest role as Principal Partner and Branch Manager of Hills Real Estate.

Top-performing agent

Recognised as a top-performing agent, Anjini is fluent in English and Hindi English. As well as understanding cultures and their sensitivities, she has the natural ability to connect warmly and communicate effectively with all people. Her honest and straight-talking advice is her core strength, which enables Hills Real Estate to effortlessly close a sale and secure the most outstanding results for clients and obtain value for customers.

A vast network of international investors, developers and local businesses contribute to the dynamic value that Anjini brings to Hills Real Estate, while her success is built on referrals and repeat clientele, highlighting her authenticity.

Described by her clients as dedicated, patient, and more notably, highly recommended, Anjini’s depth of knowledge, calm confidence and track record are the reassurance that people need in today’s fast-paced world of real estate.

“I personally believe in the customers’ journey and the End-to-End Customer Experience. Although based in South Auckland, I deal with properties all over Auckland and I promote long-term professional relationships with my customers who return anytime they need any advice regarding property or about buying and selling their property. Sharing a good experience is worth more than showing awards,” she said.

Team Anjee consists of Anjini Lata, Ashveer Singh, Bhawna Chauhan, Isaac Singh, Jimmy Singh,

Kam Grover, Navjot Kaur, Niteshwar Prasad, Priyanka Ram, Rameena Singh, Sheetal Singh and

Suresh Kanji.

The Property Market Today

According to a September Report of REINZ, the median price for residential property in New Zealand increased 2% annually, from $795,000 to $811,000. There was a monthly uptick of 1.4% (August 2022: $800,000).

“New Zealand excluding Auckland recorded a 0.7% decrease in annual median price movement.

Five regions saw annual increases in median price, one remained unchanged. Seven regions had a negative monthly movement in annual median price. Nationally, the housing market value (measured by the REINZ House Price Index) dropped 8.1% annually and is down 12.6% from its peak in November. Year-on-year sales activity was down 10.9% nationwide, from 5548 properties sold in lockdown-impacted September 2021 to 4943 in September 2022,” the report said.

According to REINZ, buyers remain cautious.

“Agents in some areas report there are more first-home buyers in the market, enticed by easing prices and less competition. Owner occupiers are most present; however, investors remain largely absent. As the market settles, agents say the majority of vendors understand they need to adjust their price expectations; however, some still hold expectations that do not reflect the current market. Properties are on the market longer; the national median days to sell is high at 47 in September, an annual increase of ten days,” the report said.

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