There was a small decline in Barfoot & Thompson's auction activity in the second week of November (6-12 November), with the number of properties auctioned and the sales rate both taking a small dip.
Auckland's biggest real estate agency took 241 residential properties to auction last week, down slightly from 250 the previous week.
Of the 241 properties offered, 142 were sold under the hammer, down from 156 the previous week.
That pushed the overall sales rate down to 59% from 62% the previous week.
The sales rates were weakest for properties in Rodney, Manukau and Papakura, where about half the properties offered sold under the hammer.
Within the Auckland region the sales rates were highest in Franklin on Auckland's southern edge at 75%, and on the North Shore at 68% (see table below for the full district results).
In the equivalent week of last year, Barfoot & Thompson took 291 residential properties to auction and sold 175 of them, giving an overall sales rate of 60%.
Details of the individual properties offered at the auctions monitored by interest.co.nz and the results achieved are available on our Residential Auction Results page.
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