Welcome to 2013.
Here are the Mission Bay December statistics.There were 5sales in total for the Mission Bay area with 1 property selling above a million dollars.The total sales for all The Bays (including Orakei,Mission bay,Kohimarama and St Heliers) reached 44 with 23 of those being above a million dollars ! At the start of the month available listings were low – only 179 properties throughout The Bayscovering all price ranges,with 33 in Mission Bay.If you wish to chat about selling your property please contact – Andy MacDonald AREINZ – Barfoot & Thompson Mission Bay Branch Manager
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Welcome to 2013.
Sunny day/rainy day.It’s time to come to Mission bay – name this building and get involved with Auckland Waterfront http://www.missionbayproperty.co.nz/auckland-apartments
The Rugby World Cup 2011 will give those considering selling an unprecedented opportunity to showcase their homes to a global audience.With a combination of low interest rates and a shortage of property – Now is a great time to list your home for sale.Tap into the largest buyer database in The Eastern Bays,we have buyers waiting to purchase in Mission Bay, Kohimarama, Orakei and St Heliers.
Thanks to our local business association the council have renewed our footpaths and drainage on Tamaki Drive.If you havent visted Mission bay recently it’s time to come down for a coffee or bring the family for Dinner and a movie.We are still the entertainment capitol of the Eastern Bays and the waterfront from Mission Bay right through to St Heliers is still the best seaside walk in Auckland even in Winter.
Sunshine and holidays go hand in hand and its amazing how a sunny day at the beach lifts your spirits.Certainly we have noticed increased confidence in buyers looking to make their home in the Mission Bay ,Kohimarama and St Heliers area.A word to our locals who may be considering selling – you may be pleasantly surprised at the genuine buyers wanting to settle in our little slice of paradise.From my office in Mission Bay there is an absolute gaggle of people in for lunch enjoying the great coffee and cuisine and why not it’s a great place to be.See you again soon
Barfoot & Thompson are a family company and as such it seemed a natural fit for the Mission Bay Branch to get involved with the Kohimarama Swim Races on Thursday evenings across the summer of 2010 – 2011. Our job is to provide a hot sausage in bread with a squirt of tomato sauce to warm up the swimmers as they emerged from the water. As a team we have thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to meet this hardy breed of ocean swimmers who don their black wetsuits oblivious to weather and hit the water to race round the orange buoys like a school of manic fish. We are amazed at the wide spectrum of age from Grannies and Granddads to young boys and girls most for the pure enjoyment of being out there to complete their individual goals of swimming between 500metres and 2 kilometres then queuing like hungry penguins to share a snarler and a smile at the end of it. We have got to know the regulars who say they appreciate us being there and we look forward to meeting them each Thursday.
Although our regular job is to help people sell and buy houses in this slice of paradise we call the Eastern Bays the decision to be part of the Kohi Swim Races has given us the opportunity to get involved with the local community and meet a great bunch of people enjoying one of the most picturesque waterfront locations in The World. This is a seriously fun activity so why not bring the family down to catch the action and have a sausage and say hi to our team, even if you aren’t swimming we will accept a gold coin donation for the sausage with the proceeds going to Starship. We are easy to find just follow your nostrils to the Barfoot & Thompson Mission Bay BBQ stand where my team are resplendent in their Auckland rugby jerseys. See you there