Northern News : September 5th 2012
11 NORTHERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 Auction (Will not be sold prior) 1pm 14 September 2012 Turner Centre at Kerikeri, 43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri View Sat 9 Sept 1-1.30pm www.bayleys.co.nz/294398 Cynthia Hedger M 0274 155 600 B 09 407 9221 firstname.lastname@example.org Lot 36 View Road, Opononi BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D Check this out D Last chance D Bank says sell D 604m² North facing section FINAL NOTICE MORTGAGEE SALE Auction 1pm, Fri 14 Sept 2012 at The Turner Centre, Cobham Rd, Kerikeri www.bayleys.co.nz/294361 Alan Broadbent M 027 441 8149 B 09 409 7565 email@example.com 3862 SHWY 1, Pukenui BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D 8400sqm of level land. D four caravans for sleeping. D utility cabins with other facilities. D access to Houhora Harbour. Caravans and cabins are fully equipped with all you need to move in and have fun. An ideal purchase for a group of friends or family. Holidays Made Special AUCTION BETTER THAN JUST A BACH FINAL NOTICE BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D Option 1. 7 Waterview Place. 884 sq.m D Option 2. 11 Waterview Place. 626sq.m D Option 3. 15 Waterview Place. 1265sq.m D Option 4. 28 Wilson Rd. 856sq.m It's not often you have 4 options to choose from. Call me to discuss these further and make sure you come to the auction and bid to procure the best lot for you. Our instructions are clear - these properties need to be sold. Auction (Will not be sold prior) 1pm Friday 14 September 2012 The Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Road, Kerikeri www.bayleys.co.nz/ 294404, 294405, 294407, 294408 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 B 09 402 8089 firstname.lastname@example.org MORTGAGEE AUCTION - DON'T MISS OUT Haruru Falls, Paihia 7, 11 and 15 Waterview Place, 28 Wilson Rd Pakaraka, 499 Hautapu Road This classic 1920's three bedroom bungalow has been a haven for the owners whose plans to move further north are firmly in place. The 2.36 Ha property is north facing with rural views. Four paddocks provide grazing and a natural spring provides water. Anyone looking for an affordable lifestyle in a peaceful location needs to view. See you at the open home. VIEW: Saturdays 2.00pm - 2.45pm VIEW AT: www.harcourts.co.nz/KK4787 AUCTION: Wednesday 19 September 2012 - 2pm. 74 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri. (unless sold prior) David Baguley M: 021 831 440 E: email@example.com Jill White M: 0274 968 566 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Bay of Islands Realty MREINZ Kerikeri -- Licensed Agent REAA 2008 LADY BABA GOES COUNTRY www.harcourts.co.nz/KK4787 4795381AB 74 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri | Phone (09) 407 6677 4837560AA WA I PA PA window on Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature Get rid of unhealthy mould It pays not to read too much about the possible health effects of mould in your home. After finding out it may contribute to aller- gies, sinusitis, dizziness, depression, immune sys- tem disorders, asthma and -- in some extreme cases -- death, you ll probably feel the time and effort could have been better spent getting rid of it! It is imperative to deal with mould as quickly and efficiently as poss- ible. Mould needs the right conditions to develop and damp surfaces provide one of the best breeding grounds. It simply cannot grow without high humidity or condensation. Improved ventilation, heating and insulation can aid in preventing it. Other helpful meas- ures include: Dehumidifiers. Venting moisture- producing appliances and whiteware, such as dryers, outside the house. Using extractor fans when cooking. Using bathroom extractor fans or leaving the window open when you are having a shower or bath. Sponge condensation off windows and window sills whenever it occurs. The Ministry of Health and Building Research Advisory Council of New Zealand recommend using commercial mould cleaners or hypochlorite bleach to remove mould. Wear protective gloves and a breathing mask when you re dealing with a large or extensive mould problem. Gibson's knows its stuff Experience counts: Gibson's team. From left: Owner/ operators Noel Maker and Cheryl McFarland with Simon Mostert and Maurice Stewart. There s more than 80 years experience be- tween the team at Gib- son s Irrigation, Pumps and Machinery based in Waipapa, joint owner/ operator Cheryl McFar- land says. Started by John Gib- son who ran the family business, Gibson s goes back over 40 years and was originally based in Kerikeri where Cheryl worked in the office. Gibson s split the oper- ation and transferred the irrigation and pump side of the business to Waipapa nine years ago. When the opportunity arose to buy the com- pany in 2006, Cheryl and joint owner/operator Noel Maker didn t hesi- tate to take it on. Noel is an electrician by trade and with his wide knowledge of the area it was a perfect fit for the business. Assisting Noel and Cheryl is Simon Mostert with a background in farming, Steve Spake -- great with DIY and retail and newcomer Maurice Stewart with more than 25 years experience in irrigation and pumps. With their broad knowledge, the folk at Gibson s know what cus- tomers want and need and if the customer is inexperienced, the team works outside the square to show what can be achieved. The company also ser- vices pumps and irri- gation equipment and carries out water tank cleaning and other ser- vices. Gibson s is at 40 Skip- pers Lane, Waipapa, phone 09 407 8530, email email@example.com or visit the website gibson irrigation.co.nz. Prices and sales of rural land rise ' The value of lifestyle and rural properties we have sold in the past three months are up 20 per cent ' Barfoot & Thompson CEO Wendy Alexander Lifestyle and rural properties sold in North- land and Greater Auck- land are experiencing similar gains in price and sales numbers to those being achieved within Auckland city. The value of lifestyle and rural properties we have sold in the past three months are up 20 per cent compared to those for the same period last year, while the num- ber of properties sold is up 10 per cent, Barfoot & Thompson s CEO Wendy Alexander says. In Northland the focus has been on dairy and dry stock farms, with the price per hectare for dairy farms being around $19,000 and for dry stock farms $10,000. The price per hectare for medium hill country farms, which are more suited to sheep and beef, ranges from $5000 to $9000. Closer to Auck- land the emphasis is on smaller holdings and lifestyle blocks, with the interest in Kumeu, Helensville, Coatesville and Clevedon being much stronger than in the recent past. Banks are showing the same interest in lending to the rural mar- ket as they are to the residential market.
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