With a branch in New Lynn for 60 years, the team at Barfoot & Thompson understand the area and how to achieve the best possible results for their clients.
Barfoot & Thompson New Lynn was one of the first branches to open after Barfoot & Thompson joined the Auckland real estate scene in 1923. Today, New Lynn is recognised as an important suburb with a diverse cultural community. The team at Barfoot & Thompson New Lynn match this diversity and staff have a real understanding of the area and the people who live here.
In fact, Barfoot & Thompson New Lynn consistently rank in the top five Barfoot & Thompson branches Auckland wide for number of sales. Branch Manager Mack Workman puts this down to a focus on being client orientated and offering the best service in the business - whether customers are looking to buy, sell or rent.
With the power of the Barfoot & Thompson network behind them, the New Lynn team can help take the stress out of buying, selling or renting a property. And as part of Auckland's leading real estate company, selling one in three homes sold in Auckland, they are ideally positioned to get you the best result possible. All properties listed with Barfoot & Thompson are shared with 1,400+ salespeople across Auckland - increasing the reach of your campaign and creating unparalleled buyer competition. So you'll get the best result possible every time.
Barfoot & Thompson is prominently located on the corner of Great North Road and Delta Avenue in the heart of New Lynn's Old Village shops. Just minutes from the Central City, New Lynn and close neighbour Avondale form the original gateway to West Auckland with its rainforest, surf beaches and native bush tracks.
A popular first buy for families, the area provides a diverse mix of bungalows, brick-and-tile and modern housing - with native bush settings, sea views and full sections often at reasonable prices. New Lynn also offers quality schools, great shopping at Lynn Mall or bustling Avondale Markets, and a huge range of recreational activities, parks and reserves.