Barfoot and Thompson sold 36 of the 133 residential properties the firm marketed for sale by auction last week, giving a sales clearance rate of 27%.
The 97 properties that remained unsold by 5pm the day after the auction included five that were withdrawn from sale and two that had their auction dates postponed.
The auction rooms are normally a bit quieter than normal in the weeks either side of the Easter break and that was the case again this year.
At the Manukau auction just four of the 33 properties marketed for sale by auction were sold and on the North Shore 10 of the 29 properties marketed for auction were sold.
At the biggest central Auckland auction, three of the 17 properties were sold.
The full results with details of all properties including those that didn’t sell, are available on our Auction Results page.
|Manukau, 18 April||4||29||33|
|Shortland St, 18 April||2||8||10|
|Whangarei, 19 April||2||2||4|
|Shortland St, 19 April||5||10||15|
|Pukekohe, 19 April||1||2||3|
|North Shore, 20 April||10||19||29|
|Shortland St, 20 April||4||7||11|
|Shortland St, 21 April||3||14||17|
|*Sold includes properties sold either under the hammer or by 5pm the following day. Not sold includes properties that remained unsold by 5pm the day after the auction, and properties that were withdrawn from sale or had their auction postponed.|
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