The cheapest auction property sold by Harcourts in Auckland last week was a two bedroom townhouse at Te Atatu in west Auckland that sold prior to auction for $525,000.
The most expensive was a house on a lifestyle block at at Dairy Flat in the north of the city that also sold prior to auction, for $2.4 million.
At Harcourts' Hamilton auctions prices ranged from $515,000 to $717,500
There was much more affordable stock on offer in Palmerston North where prices of auctioned properties started at $206,000 and in Wellington where they started at $272,000.
In Christchurch earthquake damaged homes being sold on an "as is" basis are still a feature of the market and prices ranged form $130,000 for a unit in North New Brighton to $1.305 million for a house in Harewood.
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