The average demand for house prices in Wellington exceeds $ 700,000 for the first time in June, data from the Realestate.co.nz website show.
New data from the property sales web site showed that the average asking price in the capital increased by 3.8 percent.
Vanessa Taylor, a spokeswoman for Realestate.co.nz, said Wellington's average asking price had been slow in the past 16 months.
"There has always been a firm market, I have some real estate buyers who say that you simply can not get a stock of love and money, and it seems that the story has not changed," she said.
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The Auckland Region saw that the asking prices returned more than $ 900,000 on average, after the quarterly fall.
"When we started recording data 12 years ago on realestate.co.nz, it turned out that the average home price in Auckland in June 2007 was $ 536,993.
"Ten years later, in June 2017, the average asking price exponentially jumped to $ 916,635 and it seemed to speed up the $ 1 million price," Taylor said.
With Wellington's prices in Canterbury, Manawatu-Wanganui and Southland reached record levels.
The biggest jump in prices was recorded in the Manawatu-Wanganui region, which recorded a record $ 425,239.
The average asking price in Canterbury reached $ 513,586, and Southland recorded a price increase of $ 350,321 on average.
"The Southland Region has also recorded a modest increase, for the first time exceeding $ 350,000 + which is significant for our hottest region," Taylor said.
The average price in Marlborough amounts to $ 529,617, which is by 9.2 percent more than in May.
All over the country, new ads on the page fell from 12,345 in January 2007 to 7,545 in June 2019.
North, Taranaki, West Coast and Coromandel recorded record low values in homes.
Only 34 houses went out on the West Bank, down 30.6 percent in new ads. There were 296 houses sold in the North, and 69 apartments in the Coromandel.
"Property seekers continue to compete for choice," Taylor said.
The houses stayed on the market longer, Taylor said, as new ads declined by 12.7 percent compared to June 2018, but the total number of properties sold for 8.7 percent with 9085 ads on the national level.