Holidaymakers snap up resort properties

Monday 19 January 2004

Holidaymakers visiting Mercury Bay have been snapping up properties while they've been relaxing.

By The Landlord

Richardson's Whitianga branch manager Pete Lawrence says this has been the branch's busiest summer by far.

Since Christmas the real estate agents have taken deposits for 13 of the new Ocean's Resort apartments on Albert St and drawn up contracts for 19 other properties.

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