Barfoot & Thompson sold 65 of the 181 properties the firm marketed for sale by auction in the week before the Easter break, giving a sales clearance rate of 36%.
The highest clearance rates were at some of the smaller auctions, with four out of seven selling at the auction at Barfoot’s head office rooms in Shortland St on 13 April and two out of four selling at the Whangarei auction.
And at the big Shortland St auction on 12 April, where most of the homes offered were in the popular central Auckland suburbs plus some from Waitakere, the sales clearance rate almost reached 50% with 25 or the 52 properties scheduled for auction finding new owners.
But the auctions at Manukau remain slow, with just three of the 25 properties scheduled for the Manukau auction selling.
To see the full results from all of the Barfoot auctions, with details of all properties offered including those that didn’t sell, go to our Auction Results page.
|Manukau, 11 April||3||22||25|
|Shortland St, 11 April||8||11||19|
|Whangarei, 12 April||2||2||4|
|Shortland St, 12 April||25||27||52|
|Pukekohe, 12 April||1||1||2|
|Shortland St, 13 April||4||3||7|
|North Shore, 13 April||11||21||32|
|Shortland St, 13 April||9||23||32|
|*Sold includes properties sold under the hammer or sold by 5pm the day after the auction. Not sold includes properties passed in or that were withdrawn from sale or had their auction postponed.|
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