Auckland house prices ease and number of sales declines, Barfoot says

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 02 Aug 2017

By Rebecca Howard Aug. 3 (BusinessDesk) - Auckland's average house price eased in July from June and the number of sales also declined, said realtor Barfoot & Thompson. There were 747 sales in July, down from 855 in June and 1,034 in the same month a year ago, the realtor said in a statement. It noted it was the quietest July since 2010. The average price dipped 0.6 percent to $908,319 while the median price was down 3.6 percent to $810,000.  A combination of winter blues, school holidays, and the impending election has resulted in few...

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