8 properties were sold under the hammer at Bayleys’ Total Property auction in Auckland on Wednesday.
Andrew North, of Harcourts Cooper & Co in Auckland, won the final of the Australia & New Zealand estate institutes’ auctioneering championship yesterday in a 5-way contest.
The Property Council honoured 3 longstanding members this week, awarding them laureate status in a presentation on Wednesday.
A mixed-use property containing 2 retail tenancies & an apartment sold under the hammer at Barfoot & Thompson’s auction on Wednesday. There was no bid on a Parnell apartment.
2 apartments in small Grey Lynn developments and another on Symonds St sold under the hammer at Bayleys’ residential auction on Wednesday. A commercial space at the rear of the Scene 2 building failed to attract a bid.
Both apartments auctioned at Ray White City Apartments today were passed in, one on a vendor bid.
The consumers price index rose 0.3% in the September quarter, and just 1% for the year to September.
A 39-storey apartment tower – 10 storeys taller than one deemed inappropriate by the urban design panel a decade ago – will rise on the Queen St side of a restored St James Theatre under a redevelopment plan by its new owner, ReliaNZ Holdings LP.
5 units in a new retail development at 26-28 Anzac Rd, Browns Bay, were sold under the hammer at extraordinarily low yields at Colliers International’s auction yesterday.
A rise of 2000 in the net migrant inflow in September took the total for the September year to a new record of 45,414.
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Orakei ward councillor Cameron Brewer used the substantial rise in property valuations, released over the weekend, to push again for an increase in Auckland Council’s uniform annual general charge.
Representatives of the Milford Residents’ Association were surprised at a council meeting last Thursday that a private plan change could be approved without outstanding payments being met by the applicant. Private plan change 34 was approved – but a debate also ensued over how these changes should be handled.