Wednesday, 3 June 2015

48-hour home owners turn down $30,000 profit

The owners of a brand new never-been-lived-in house in Auckland's Flat Bush, who bought it
less than three weeks ago, have passed on an offer $30,000 higher than what they paid.

One, of the two bidders, at today's auction made a final bid of $1.17 million dollars which was
passed in for not meeting the reserve.

Negotiations were set to continue outside of the auction.

The sellers of the property had themselves bought the six-bedroom property for $1.14 million
dollars in mid-May.

Construction of the Flat Bush School Road property, which came with double-glazed windows,
under floor bathroom heating, an intercom door camera and central vacuum system, had just been
completed in March, before it was listed for sale on April 15.

It also boasted a spacious foyer, a generous open plan living area and kitchen, two ensuites,
two bathrooms and space for six cars to park.

- NZ Herald


Kind regards,

Duane Turner
Territory Owner and Inspector
Office: 09 811 8018
Mobile: 027 376 4806

Waitakere & Surrounding Areas

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