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Ray White Whangarei hit their auctions for six

By Admin Whangarei

Ray White Whangarei celebrated a one hundred per cent clearance rate at auction on Wednesday 23 September as they sold all six of their properties under the hammer for a combined value of $3,924,000.

The real stand-out of the night came in Woodhill as Ray White Whangarei Salespeople Zoltan Waxman (pictured) and Devon Cameron successfully sold 13 Kirikiri Road, Woodhill for $825,000.

“This was an exceptional auction that was highly contested and had buyers bidding from Abu Dhabi all the way to Auckland – eventually selling for 54 per cent over CV,” Mr Waxman said.

“We had more than 75 groups through the property during the campaign and our innovative use of advanced online marketing meant the home was seen by nearly 200,000 people.

“This reach attracted potential buyers from across the globe with enquiry pouring in from all corners of the world – that eventually culminated in 17 registered bidders on the night.

“This result, along with the five other sales last night, is testament to a market that shows no sign of slowing down. Now is the time to be listing and selling your property.

“New Zealand continues to be seen across the globe as a safe haven when it comes to COVID-19 and that’s evidenced by the worldwide interest we received for this home.

“The property itself was a beautiful six-bedroom, three-bathroom home that was built back in 1947, and benefited from being on a large 1,687sqm* block size.”

Other sales results: 330 Pataua South Road in Pataua sold for $924,000, Kamo’s 74 Pebble Beach Boulevard sold for $685,000, 41 Memorial Drive in Parahaki sold for $650,000, and finally, both 7A Coleridge Place in Tikipunga and 50B Gillingham Road in Kamo sold for $420,000.

*Approximately.

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