Bayleys sold 14 of the 22 Auckland homes they marketed for auction last week, giving a sales clearance rate of 64%.
A retail premises in the Wairau Valley on the North Shore, which was leased to an Indian takeaway operator, was also sold at the same auction for $454,000.
That left nine residential properties unsold of which one had its auction postponed and the other was withdrawn from sale.
At Bayleys' Hamilton auction, a house on an 8ha lifestyle block at Matamata sold for $850,000 (plus GST if any), two houses in Ngaruwahia were both passed in, and a couple of rural properties were also passed in.
Another house in Matamata that was auctioned separately sold for $562,000.
Highlights of the Auckland auctions included a modern Takapuna house that was four back from the beach and went for $4.56 million, a three bedroom 1930s bungalow in Mt Albert that sold for $1.06 million, and a house on a 2004 square metre development site at Massey that fetched $1.45 million.
The full results of Bayleys' auctions, with photos and prices of all properties that sold and details of those that didn't sell, are available on our Auction Results page.
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