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Matt Lee
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Matt Lee

Commercial, Retail and Investment Sales and Leasing

Matt Lee is a Senior Commercial Broker focused on Development, Commercial Sales and Leasing.

Joining the Real Estate Industry with Bayleys in 2013, Matt was quick to exhibit and develop strong Real Estate brokerage knowledge and skills, as a key part of Bayleys highly successful International Sales Team working closely with James Chan, Bayleys first salesperson to achieve $1 billion in transactions. Specialising in the Commercial sector, Matt was involved in a significant level of Standalone and Unit Title sales and leases all throughout the Auckland region, and in 2020 was promoted to the position of Senior Broker.

From 2021 to 2022, Matt focused on the Development and Project Marketing sector, heading up the Project Marketing Division for a global real estate brand, marketing and selling projects with a combined market value of over $500 million across New Zealand, from development sites, terrace housing, apartments through to sections, and leading a team of 15 specialised project marketing agents.

Returning home to Bayleys in August 2022, has developed a strong understanding of both the local and global markets. Together with Bayleys and their market-leading resources, Matt has his finger on the pulse of real estate property trends and developments, ensuring opportunities are maximised and clients’ assets and expectations are surpassed. A product of the highly regarded University of Auckland, Matt graduated with a conjoint Bachelor of Property and Bachelor of Commerce (with a double major in Marketing and Management) degree. Influenced by his Chinese heritage, Matt values integrity, respect, dedication, hard work and diligence, and he has that willingness to go that extra mile to ensure successful results for his clients.

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Bayleys Real Estate Ltd, Auckland Central,
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

About Bayleys

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Bayleys Commercial is the only significant national real estate business in this sector that is Kiwi owned and operated. We offer expertise across all commercial divisions.

We pride ourselves on being better and doing our best to build on our hard-earned reputation every day. Find out how Bayleys are Altogether Better.

Bayleys are thrilled to have been honoured with 15 awards at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand Awards for Excellence in Real Estate.

Bayleys’ partnership with international real estate company Knight Frank, allows us to tap into the benefits of a globally-connected network spanning 58 markets.

Bayleys Commercial is the only significant national real estate business in this sector that is Kiwi owned and operated. We offer expertise across all commercial divisions.

We pride ourselves on being better and doing our best to build on our hard-earned reputation every day. Find out how Bayleys are Altogether Better.

Bayleys are thrilled to have been honoured with 15 awards at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand Awards for Excellence in Real Estate.

Bayleys’ partnership with international real estate company Knight Frank, allows us to tap into the benefits of a globally-connected network spanning 58 markets.

Bayleys Commercial is the only significant national real estate business in this sector that is Kiwi owned and operated. We offer expertise across all commercial divisions.

We pride ourselves on being better and doing our best to build on our hard-earned reputation every day. Find out how Bayleys are Altogether Better.

Bayleys are thrilled to have been honoured with 15 awards at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand Awards for Excellence in Real Estate.

Bayleys’ partnership with international real estate company Knight Frank, allows us to tap into the benefits of a globally-connected network spanning 58 markets.

Bayleys Commercial is the only significant national real estate business in this sector that is Kiwi owned and operated. We offer expertise across all commercial divisions.

We pride ourselves on being better and doing our best to build on our hard-earned reputation every day. Find out how Bayleys are Altogether Better.

Bayleys are thrilled to have been honoured with 15 awards at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand Awards for Excellence in Real Estate.

Bayleys’ partnership with international real estate company Knight Frank, allows us to tap into the benefits of a globally-connected network spanning 58 markets.

Recent releases

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The latest edition is out now featuring 64 of New Zealand’s best commercial properties for sale.

Read the latest commercial research reports and market updates.

Browse our suite of commercial magazines showcasing properties for sale or lease across New Zealand.

The latest edition is out now featuring 64 of New Zealand’s best commercial properties for sale.

Read the latest commercial research reports and market updates.

Browse our suite of commercial magazines showcasing properties for sale or lease across New Zealand.

The latest edition is out now featuring 64 of New Zealand’s best commercial properties for sale.

Read the latest commercial research reports and market updates.

Browse our suite of commercial magazines showcasing properties for sale or lease across New Zealand.

The latest edition is out now featuring 64 of New Zealand’s best commercial properties for sale.

Read the latest commercial research reports and market updates.

Browse our suite of commercial magazines showcasing properties for sale or lease across New Zealand.

Useful resources

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Stay up-to-date and in-the-know with Bayleys news and editorials.

As a minimum standard, we will undertake the following activities - before, during and upon the successful sale of your property.

How your home comes across in the first few minutes of viewing with a potential buyer can critically determine the outcome at the other end of the sale process.

If you're buying property in New Zealand, you may need consent from the Overseas Investment Office (the OIO). The Overseas Investment Act 2005 protects land of particular significance or importance, encouraging foreign investment that contributes to the economy.

Stay up-to-date and in-the-know with Bayleys news and editorials.

As a minimum standard, we will undertake the following activities - before, during and upon the successful sale of your property.

How your home comes across in the first few minutes of viewing with a potential buyer can critically determine the outcome at the other end of the sale process.

If you're buying property in New Zealand, you may need consent from the Overseas Investment Office (the OIO). The Overseas Investment Act 2005 protects land of particular significance or importance, encouraging foreign investment that contributes to the economy.

Stay up-to-date and in-the-know with Bayleys news and editorials.

As a minimum standard, we will undertake the following activities - before, during and upon the successful sale of your property.

How your home comes across in the first few minutes of viewing with a potential buyer can critically determine the outcome at the other end of the sale process.

If you're buying property in New Zealand, you may need consent from the Overseas Investment Office (the OIO). The Overseas Investment Act 2005 protects land of particular significance or importance, encouraging foreign investment that contributes to the economy.

Stay up-to-date and in-the-know with Bayleys news and editorials.

As a minimum standard, we will undertake the following activities - before, during and upon the successful sale of your property.

How your home comes across in the first few minutes of viewing with a potential buyer can critically determine the outcome at the other end of the sale process.

If you're buying property in New Zealand, you may need consent from the Overseas Investment Office (the OIO). The Overseas Investment Act 2005 protects land of particular significance or importance, encouraging foreign investment that contributes to the economy.

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