Barfoot & Thompson sold a third of the residential properties the agency marketed for sale by auction last week, while Bayleys sold half of their auction properties.
Barfoot marketed 142 homes for sale by auction last week and sold 47 either under the hammer or by 5pm the following day (see table below).
At Barfoot’s main auctions, there were sales clearance rates of 30% at the Manukau auction, 23% on the North Shore and 33% at the Shortland St auction on 17 May, when most of the properties on offer were from central Auckland suburbs such as Grey Lynn, Epsom, Mt Eden, Mt Roskill and Kohimarama.
Bayleys had 14 Auckland properties scheduled for sale by auction last week and sold seven. At Bayleys’ auction south of the Bombays a house at Matamata sold for $690,000, and a two level townhouse at Cambridge was sold by mortgagee sale for $339,000.
You can see the individual results form both agencies’ auctions, with the prices achieved on the properties that sold, and details of the properties that didn’t sell, on our Auction Results page.
|On site. 16-20 May||3||7||10|
|Manukau. 16 May||6||14||20|
|Shortland St, CBD. 16 May||6||5||11|
|Whangarei. 17 May||3||5||8|
|Pukekohe. 17 May||0||4||4|
|Shortland St, CBD. 17 May||10||20||30|
|North Shore. 18 May||7||23||30|
|Shortland St, CBD. 18 May||7||15||22|
|Shortland St, CBD, 19 May||5||2||7|
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