Job satisfaction is paramount for Adrian Frazer, which is why, as a tradesman and manager in the building industry for over 30 years, he shifted his focus to the Real Estate sector.
“We Aucklanders love our houses, the property ladder, DIY, and building a portfolio of investment properties,” he says. “It’s an easy conversation to have and a great platform to build a business on, with the bonus of forming firm friendships along the way.”
Adrian considers himself privileged to be working alongside his wife, Edit, to form a real estate duo from whom their clients get double the benefit. They have lived in the Eastern Bays area for some years and have considerable familiarity with the property market in Meadowbank, St Heliers, Kohimarama, and St Johns.
Adrian is a team player with a strong sense of his own contribution and accountability. If he starts something, he is determined to finish it, which often takes a degree of tenacity.
Adrian and Edit combine the full weight of their property knowledge, living experience in the area, business skills and the support of an amazing Bayleys St Heliers team, to get the best results for clients. Adrian is a firm believer that, at the end of the day, it’s the results that count and he prides himself on his problem-solving skills and ability to get the job done.
As a tradesman, it was important for Adrian to leave a stamp .... and he has built a real estate business on referral work for the same reasons. He is proud to have clients he has worked with for over 25 years. Being self-employed most of his working like, Adrian appreciates that achieving great outcomes for clients is why they come back again and again.
“ In all our business dealings with Adrian I have found him to be scrupulously honest and straight forward. His workmanship is always to a high standard and his business ethics are without reproach. I am sure that he will carry this professional approach into any future endeavours. Beyond our business association, we have developed a strong friendship that remains to this day.”