New listings pickup in September but still lagging - Barfoot

New listings pickup in September but still lagging - Barfoot
Rebecca Howard
Spring was marked by a lift in new listings in the Auckland residential real estate market and September sales were the highest for that month in three years, according to the city's largest realtor, Barfoot & Thompson. “After a relatively quiet winter, the expectation was that, with the arrival of spring, we would see house sale activity increase and the market did not disappoint,” said Peter Thompson, managing director of Barfoot & Thompson. The realtor gained 1,204 new listings in September, versus 1,052 in August but down from 1,709 i...

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