Auckland house prices climb to $804,000 as sales volumes drop in April, Barfoot says

Mon, 04 May 2015

By Suze Metherell May 5 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland house prices climbed to a fresh record last month, while the number of sales dropped from March's peak, according to Barfoot & Thompson, the city's largest realtor. The average sale price rose to $804,282 in April, from March's previous record $776,729, Barfoot said in a statement. The firm sold 1,070 houses last month, down from March's monthly record of 1,597, but the most for an April month in the past decade. The real estate agency's numbers follow data out from Quotable Value last...

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