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Prices of commercial properties ranged from $450,000 to $2.8m at latest Bayleys auction

Prices of commercial properties ranged from $450,000 to $2.8m at latest Bayleys auction
This Mt Eden building sold for $1.34 million.

Bayleys sold nearly two thirds of the Auckland commercial properties they took to auction last week, with prices starting at $450,000 for a 2,904 square metre commercial development site with a house on it at Tuakau.

Twenty six properties were marketed for auction, one was withdrawn, 16 were sold and nine were passed in, giving a clearance rate of 64%.

The yields went as low as 2.61% for a partly tenanted character building at the city end of Mt Eden Rd (pictured) which sold for $1.34 million.

The most expensive sale was a property on Great South Rd at Papakura that was leased to the Wendy's hamburger chain which fetched $2.803 million, providing a  yield of 5.72%.

See below for the full results of last week's commercial property auction, with photos and details of all properties, including those that didn't sell:

If you are interested in buying commercial property,'s commercial property database link has details of nearly 6,000 commercial properties that are listed for sale throughout the country.

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