41 Albert Street, City Centre
This location has been autonomously mapped, it may not be exact.
What Makes a Property Have Capital Gain Potential?
This is a common question that intelligent people will ask us.
Below are our top 5 tips and questions to ask:
(Before reading swipe through the photos and spot the stain glass window - if you haven't already!)
The Building: Externally it must look the part and be built out of materials that are going to provide you security for years to come. I mean there is a reason why Heritage 1920's character complexes like this are a rare commodity and appreciating asset!
The Floor Plan: Is the space utilised? Is there much-wasted space? Is there a point of difference i.e. high stud or a spacious living area, unique features?
The LTMP: The Long-Term Maintenance Plan, what does it tell you about the current financial situation of the building and where it will be in years to come?
The Location: Is it close to transport access? How close is it to the CBD, water or a point of interest? What is the employment situation in the area?in this case, is it also next to one of Auckland few Cathedrals and the picturesque St Patricks Square?
Future: What developments are planned for the area? What large corporations are moving to the area? Are there any improvements to transport or infrastructure happening?
Lots of questions and lots of answers.
One answer that is positive to all the above is this listing.
Facts & Features
Disclaimer: Apartment Specialist are often asked to give information as to the area or dimensions of properties, including rooms, decks and patios. Apartment Specialists sources such information from third party sources (for example Council records, building management records) and passes this on; unfortunately it is not uncommon for such information to be inaccurate. If exact and accurate sizes or dimensions is an important factor in your decision then you as Purchaser must make your own independent enquiry from your own chosen expert (for example a registered valuer).