It has been a busy time in Harcourts’ Hamilton auction room, where the agency auctioned as many properties as it did in Auckland last week.
Included in the offerings were a handful of vacant lots in a new subdivision at Tamahere.
The sections were all over 5000 square metres and sold for between $470,000 and $590,000.
Sections in another subdivision at Rototuna sold for between $306,250 and $361,375.
There was also a good number of established Hamilton homes offered for sale and these sold at prices ranging from $390,000 for an older, four bedroom house at at Forest Lake to just over $1 million for a property at Horsham Downs.
A house in Taupo sold for $380,000 and in Wellington prices started at $210,000 for an apartment on The Terrace and went up to $1.12 million for a house in Wadestown.
In Feilding a couple of houses both sold for less than $300,000 and Christchurch took the prize for auctioning the most properties last week, with prices ranging from $419,000 to just under $1 million.
If you were buying in Auckland you could have purchased a two bedroom apartment with a car park in a complex located next to the railway tracks in Avondale for $360,000 and after that the next cheapest was a tidy three bedroom house at Pukekohe which went for $502,000.
However there was plenty of choice for Auckland buyers looking to spend more than $1 million.
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