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Crockers Market Research October 2006

Crockers Market Research

Hi ,

Welcome to the 18th issue of Crockers Market Research.
Inside this month's issue we review:

* Auckland residential property sales - the trends since 2003; and

* We take an indepth look at rentals, comparing flats, apartments and house rentals throughout Auckland.

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Rob Macdonald
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