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Wave of listings boost Auckland house sales

Staff reporters
Fri, 02 Oct 2020

Auckland house prices have largely ignored the city’s recent lockdowns, with sales continuing to track higher on a tsunami of new listings.Barfoot and Thompson said its sales last month were the highest for any month since the peak of the last property boom in 2017. Some 1,099 sales were completed in September, up 42.5 percent from a year earlier. That was bolstered by 1,947 new listings, a 44 percent jump from August.  Managing director Peter Thompson said the increase in listings relaxed some of the competition for proper...

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