A three bedroom house at Kaikohe in Northland that sold for $76,000 (pictured) was the cheapest property auctioned by Harcourts last week.
The most expensive sale was a house at Takapuna on Auckland's North Shore that went for $2.77 million.
The Kaikohe house was do up, but it was on an 814 square metre section and located a short stroll from the local shopping centre, medical centre and school.
"Roll up your sleeves and get stuck in," Harcourts' said in the property's advertising brochure.
In Auckland the cheapest property auctioned by Harcourts last week was a home unit in Papatoetoe that fetched $445,000.
Harcourts also had a busy week in their Hamilton auction rooms where prices ranged form $187,500 to $1.246 million.
In Wellington prices ranged from $275,000 for a Paraparaumu property to $833,000 for a house at Eastbourne and in Christchurch they started at $253,000 and went up to $877,000.
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