Northern News : November 30th 2011
11 NORTHERN NEWS, NOVEMBER 30, 2011 Auction 2pm Fri 9 Dec 2011 (unless sold prior) Woodlands Centre, Kerikeri View Sat 10.30-11.30am www.bayleys.co.nz/294240 Cynthia Hedger M 0274 155 600 B 09 407 9221 email@example.com 3429 Horeke Road Taheke BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D Three bedroom 1940s timber and tile bungalow D 3.7522 hectares with creek boundary D Two titles D Potential to add value D 18 kilometres from Kaikohe on tarseal D Room for horses, dogs or an olive grove It's got to go! MUST SELL! MUST SELL! MUST SELL! For Sale $100,000 View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/294199 Jane Nelson M 027 214 1393 B 09 407 9221 firstname.lastname@example.org Kaikohe BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. 15 Windsor Road D Three bedroom 1980s home D Land area 1165m² approx D Connected to town water D Connected to town sewerage EXCELLENT VALUE OPPORTUNITY! CT NA46D/110 MORTGAGEE SALE URGENT! Auction 1pm Fri 16 Dec 2011 (will not be sold prior) Bayleys Real Estate 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri View Sat 2-3pm www.bayleys.co.nz/294258 Chester Rendell M 021 964 873 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 407 9221 Doubtless Bay Northland BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. 1 Marreine Place Tokerau Beach This property is located near Tokerau Beach in Doubtless Bay about an 80 minute drive from the Bay of Islands. It is a three bedroom house with open plan kitchen, lounge and dining. Double garage. Plenty of room to park the boat. 200 metres from the beach. MORTGAGEE SALE INSTRUCTIONS VERY CLEAR - SELL! Auction 1pm Fri 16 Dec 2011 (will not be sold prior) Bayleys Real Estate 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/294259 Chester Rendell M 021 964 873 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 407 9221 14 Tawa Street Kaikohe BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. A central Kaikohe location with three bedrooms, open plan living - native timber floors. Huge back yard with wood shed and storage shed. If you're looking for your first home you need to look at this. A bit of work and you could transform it. If you've got handyman skills there's a dollar to made here. If you're an investor - get in, fix it up, rent it out - it will work. MORTGAGEE AUCTION THIS MUST SELL!! Auction 1pm Fri 16 Dec 2011 (will not be sold prior) Bayleys, Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri View Sat 11am-12noon www.bayleys.co.nz/294260 Chester Rendell M 021 964 873 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 407 9221 122 Waikuku Road Waimate North BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. This is a modern north-facing house on 1.4164ha of land. It has four bedrooms and master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. Open plan kitchen, dining and family room with large lounge all opening onto sunny patios. Double garage. A wise purchaser will also look at the adjoining 2.35ha of vacant land, also for mortgagee sale at the same time. MORTGAGEE AUCTION OUR INSTRUCTIONS ARE VERY CLEAR For Sale $95,000 View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/294200 Jane Nelson M 027 214 1393 B 09 407 9221 email@example.com Kaikohe BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. 17 Windsor Road D Three bedroom 1990s home D Land area 914m² approx D Connected to town water D Connected to town sewerage EXCELLENT VALUE OPPORTUNITY! CT NA58B/308 Priced to Sell Well Below CV! MORTGAGEE SALE URGENT! Auction 2pm Fri 9 Dec 2011 (unless sold prior) Woodlands Centre, Kerikeri View Sat 11am www.bayleys.co.nz/294242 Sandra Peters M 021 456 111 B 09 407 9221 Esmae Farrington M 021 407 323 106 Riverview Rd Kerikeri BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D Prime Waterfront D Four bedrooms and guest flat D Steps to water's edge D RC for extension D Disregard CV Compelling Buying. URGENT LIQUIDATION Auction 1pm Fri 16 Dec 2011 (will not be sold prior) Bayleys Real Estate 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri View On Site Sat 11 to 12 www.bayleys.co.nz/294263 Chester Rendell M 021 964 873 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 407 9221 124 Waikuku Road Waimate North BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. We're auctioning 2.35 hectares of bare land just waiting to be developed. North facing, rural views, only 20 minutes from Paihia and Kerikeri. The quintessential lifestyle block. The property next door (122) is also under mortgagee sale at the same time and would be a perfect fit for this land. Check these out! MORTGAGEE SALE WHAT A GREAT SPOT! Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature Sales rise sharply in housing market Real Estate Institute of New Zealand data on the New Zea- land housing market for October 2011 showed 5007 unconditional sales for the month, up 1104 sales (+28.3 percent) compared to October last year. Only four markets showed an increase in sales volumes during October, with Tara- naki, Wellington, Nelson/ Marlborough and Southland all reporting increases. Tara- naki recorded the strongest lift in volumes at 15.5 percent, followed by Welling- ton (+7.6 percent) and South- land (+2.4 percent). The volume figures for October suggests that the spring lift widely expected in the real estate market has been muted, but so too has any impact from the Rugby World Cup and European uncertainty, REINZ chief executive Helen O Sullivan says. Volumes are up strongly compared to this time last year, but that in part reflects a very weak October 2010 when sales volumes were among the lowest in the past 20 years. We are seeing plenty of activity, but buyers are still price conscious. They will move quickly when they find a property that meets their needs, but properties perceived by prospective buyers as overpriced are not generating much interest. The national median days to sell improved by two days from 37 days in September to 35 days in October. Across New Zealand the total value of residential sales was $2.15 billion in September 2011, compared to $1.60 billion in October 2010. Water tests to begin Summer water quality tests to indicate how safe Northland s most popular beaches, rivers and lakes are for swim- ming will begin again shortly. The Northland Regional Council has been monitoring bacterial levels at popular swimming spots over summer for more than a decade. John Ballinger, a council environ- mental monitoring officer, says this year s programme will run until the end of March. The programme monitors bacterial levels at beaches, lakes and rivers most often used for swimming, water sports and similar forms of recreation. He says hundreds of samples will be taken from 47 coastal and 12 fresh- water sites across the region this year. Results will be posted online every Friday at www.nrc.govt.nz/swimming. Mr Ballinger says this year s pro- gramme will contain about 30 percent fewer sites than last year. Sites have been removed for a var- iety of reasons, including a number which are permanently recording good water quality, or which are no longer as popular as they once were. He says a number of spots which have consistently recorded poor results in recent years have also been removed, as in most cases tests showed they had been contaminated by ducks or gulls and there was little the council could do to prevent that. Mr Ballinger says the summer samples will be given one of three grades depending on the number of bacteria they contain: Green -- safe to swim, amber -- elevated levels of bac- teria, or red -- unsafe for swimming. Wasps kill off weevils Biological control experts are hailing the success of a parasitic wasp which is proving highly effective in battling a clover- decimating pest in Northland. White clover, a plant that underpins New Zealand s agricultural economy, has been under threat from the clover root weevil since its arrival in Northland in 2006. The weevil s damaging larvae feed on the white clover s roots, crippling the plant s growth and health, destroying an important source of stock feed and reducing the nitrogen production essential to pasture growth. To combat the weevil, the Northland Regional Council has helped accel- erate the spread into Northland of a small, parasitic wasp from Ireland. Introduced to New Zealand by AgResearch following extensive testing, the wasp lays eggs within the weevil, which sterilise and eventually kill the weevil as they grow into larvae. We re seeing a huge decline in numbers of weevils in Northland where the parasitic wasp has been established, entomologist Dr Jenny Dymock says.
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