BY MARGARET PHILLIPS
Gore district land values increased by 11.2% while capital values rose by 10% overall, the latest QV revaluations show.
The latest QV valuation brought good news for Mataura property owners – capital value increased 15.6%, with the average house now valued at $95,500, QV rating manager Canterbury Luke van den Broek said.
“That’s very strong for a small town,” he said.
Other small towns in the South Island recorded average increases of about 10%, he said.
The land value of businesses district-wide increased by 23.5% on average, followed by farms (13.9%), lifestyle blocks (13.6%) and residential properties (11.2%). The capital value of farms increased the most (13%), followed by lifestyle properties (10.4%) and residential properties (6.3%).