Auckland led the way at Bayley's latest residential property auctions, with things a bit quieter in the provinces.
The total number of homes being auctioned remains low, with Bayleys auctioning just 23 in the upper North Island last week, with sales achieved on nine giving an overall clearance rate of 39%.
Most of those sales were achieved at the Auckland auctions where 14 properties were marketed for sale and seven were sold, giving a 50% clearance rate.
At the Hamilton auction three properties were offered and one was sold, at the Rotorua auction one of the two properties scheduled for auction had its auction date postponed and the other was passed in, and in Tauranga one of the four properties Bayleys auctioned was sold.
Things were also a bit quieter at Eves' auction in Tauranga last week where 14 properties were marketed for sale by auction and sales were achieved on two.
At the Auckland auctions prices ranged from $950,000 for a newly completed terrace house in Mt Eden, to $2.075 million for a three bedroom bungalow on an 814 square metre section in Greenlane.
At the Tauranga auctions, prices started at $350,000 for a section at Pyes Pa to $1.087 million for a four bedroom house at Otumoetai.
Details of the individual properties offered and the prices achieved on those that sold are available on our Residential Auction Results page.
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