Harcourts' auction results from Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch

Harcourts' auction results from Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch
This house at Wainoni in Christchurch was sold for $130,000.

Harcourts achieved some particularly good results at their Auckland auctions last week, with 46 of the 70 homes that were offered finding new owners, giving a clearance rate of 66%.

Harcourts' auctioneers were also busy in Christchurch with 54 homes put to auction of which 26 were sold, giving a clearance rate of 48%.

The numbers were smaller in Hamilton but a good level of sales was achieved with a clearance rate of 62%.

In Auckland,prices started at $320,000 for a four bedroom do-up in Pukekohe and went up to $2.77 million for a large villa in Mt Eden.

Prices started at $452,000 in Hamilton, and at $355,000 in Taupo, while the cheapest property auctioned in Palmerston North went for $200,000 and in Wellington the cheapest was an Island Bay property, which went for $966,000.

In Christchurch prices ranged from $130,000 for a house at Wainoni that was sold "as is," to $1.29 million for a large country house at West Melton.

You can see all of the results from last week's Harcourts' auctions in Auckland, Hamilton, Taupo, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch, with photos of all properties including those that didn't sell and the prices of those that did, on our Auctions/Sales Results page

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