Barfoot & Thompson had an overall sales clearance rate of just over a third at their auctions last week.
At the Auckland auctions the sales rates ranged from zero at the Shortland St auction on 21 July, where most of the properties offered were in west Auckland, to 50% at the Shortland Street auction on 19 July, where most of the homes offered were in central Auckland suburbs such as Epsom, Onehunga and Three Kings.
Sales rates at the Manukau auction remain improved at 40% compared to a few weeks ago, and the North Shore auctions achieved a 47% sales rate (see table below).
Prices ranged from $476,000 for an inner city apartment to $2.78 million for a house in Epsom.
The prices achieved on the individual properties sold are available on our Residential Auction Results page.
|Venue/Date||Sold*||Not sold*||Total||% sold|
|On site. 17-23 July.||4||7||11||36%|
|Shortland St, CBD. 18 July.||2||3||5||40%|
|Manukau. 18 July.||6||9||15||40%|
|Shortland St, CBD. 19 July.||8||8||16||50%|
|Pukekohe. 19 July.||0||5||5||Nil|
|North Shore. 20 July.||7||8||15||47%|
|Shortland St, CBD, 20 July.||5||8||13||38%|
|Kerikeri. 20 July.||0||2||2||Nil|
|Waiuku. 20 July.||0||1||1||Nil|
|Shortland St, CBD. 21 July.||0||8||8||Nil|
|*Sold includes properties sold under the hammer or by 5pm the following day. Not sold includes properties remaining unsold by 5pm the following day, plus properties that had their auction date postponed or that were withdrawn from sale.|