The second week of the school holidays saw a drop in activity in Barfoot & Thompson's auction rooms but the sales rate was unchanged at two thirds.
The agency, which is the largest in the Auckland market, processed 154 residential properties by auction in the week of 17-23 July, down from 200 the previous week.
Of those 154, sales were achieved on 100, giving an overall sales rate of 65%, almost unchanged from 66% the previous week.
Around the Auckland districts the sales rates ranged from 44% for properties in Papakura to 86% in Franklin.
The highest level of activity was in Auckland's central suburbs where 49 properties were auctioned and the sales rate was the same as the regional average at 65% (see table below for the district-by-district breakdown).
Details of the individual properties offered at all of the auctions monitored by interest.co.nz are available on our Residential Auction Results page.
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