Barfoot sees regained momentum in Auckland sales amid flat prices

Jenny Ruth
Tue, 02 Apr 2019

By Jenny Ruth April 3 (BusinessDesk) - Barfoot & Thompson says the Auckland market regained some momentum in March when its sales numbers almost doubled from February. “March is the month when sales activity returns to normal after the summer break and this year’s March trading followed that normal pattern,” says the real estate agency’s managing director, Peter Thompson. “Sales for the month at 963 were a healthy increase over the 474 for February, but were still not over the 1,000 mark, which is where we have come to expected sales f...

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