Barfoot & Thompson Rural & Lifestyle
Barfoot & Thompson have 50 dedicated salespeople working with Rural and Lifestyle properties. 30 Lifestyle salespeople service enquiries from the regions surrounding Auckland City whilst our 20 Rural specialists work from the country towns in the Franklin, Rodney, Whangarei and Northland regions.
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Barfoot & Thompson has over eight decades experience in Auckland and Northland real estate. When you list your property with us, you can feel confident you're receiving great value all round.
News & Announcements
Tuesday 07 May 2013
Enjoy country living while selling real estate from our Clevedon, Coatesville or Kerikeri office. We’re looking for three experienced rural/lifestyle sales people to join these branches.
Monday 06 May 2013
Barfoot & Thompson salesperson Suzy Causebrook recently sold a Kaiaua coastal property in just two months despite it having previously been on the market for four years with a competitor firm. After taking over the listing Suzy presented her clients with a three way multi-offer and they were able to sell at a level that met their asking price.
Thursday 14 March 2013
Hunting for the perfect home in Auckland’s fast-paced and competitive housing market just got easier with a new app for iPad from Barfoot & Thompson.
Friday 22 February 2013
Sales of fruit properties have been strong over the past few months with our rural sales team in Northland continuing to show their expertise in the area. Recently, two Avocado and one Kiwifruit properties were sold to buyers from throughout the country, proving the strength of a well run marketing campaign.
Friday 22 February 2013
Last year was extremely busy in dairy and sheep farm sales, with the October to December period being the busiest. Our rural team ran several large marketing campaigns simultaneously which led to a number of confirmed sales and several other farms under contract.
Wednesday 12 December 2012
On the 14th November 2012 the new Barfoot & Thompson Auction rooms at 34 Shortland Street were opened to the public. This followed the move of the company’s head office from the Chancery to Shortland St 2 weeks earlier. Tim Carter, Barfoot & Thompson Auction Manager says, “The new facilities are state of the art and offer the latest in audio visual equipment. Over 50 % of Barfoot & Thompson’s sales are now through the auction process so the new rooms will be well utilised.”