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Crockers Market Research 1/8/08


Crockers Market Research


Hi ,

Welcome to the 38th issue of Crockers Market Research. In this issue:

• June defies seasonal trends with an increase in sales - but at what cost?

• National rental levels edge upwards, but what about Auckland?

• And we take an indepth look at what's happening on Auckland's North Shore.


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