Carmel McLaughlin

Remuera
Bayleys Real Estate Ltd

Licensed under the REAA 2008


Mobile: +64 27 227 6356
Office: +64 9 520 8888
carmel.mclaughlin@bayleys.co.nz
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Office - Remuera
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

Phone tel: +64 9 520 8888

Email: remuera@bayleys.co.nz

Address: 50 Remuera Rd, Remuera, Auckland

About Carmel


“Carmel McLaughlin is the fourth generation of her family to live and work in the Newmarket‐Remuera area having been schooled there and choosing to raise her own family in the neighbourhood.

As a member of the Bayleys Remuera residential sales team, the local knowledge and connections Carmel has amassed stands her in good stead in the real estate industry where an agent who is

intimately familiar with the territory ‐ and the people who live and work there ‐ has a competitive advantage.

With over three decades in the fields of education, health and guidance, Carmel’s preparedness to listen to her clients’ stories and translate their goals into workable roadmaps adds value to the sales journey.

A self‐starter with keen business acumen, Carmel bases her real estate service on rapport, respect and results underpinned by a strong work ethic, high personal values, empathy and integrity.

Carmel’s career experience prior to real estate included education programme co‐ordinator, needs assessor, selfemployed coach, trainer and business owner. Her ability to work independently yet remain very much part of a team meshes well with the Bayleys way.

Able to build robust working relationships with a wide demographic, Carmel is outgoing, approachable, and resilient.

She prides herself on an ability to ‘dig deep’ when necessary to achieve a positive outcome.

Utilising the broad resources of the Bayleys brand and able to leverage off the established networks the company has in place, Carmel can offer her clients a well‐rounded and comprehensive real estate service that optimises results.

Carmel has three children, has been married to John for 30‐plus years and is involved with Auckland Down Syndrome Association, Sacred Heart College, and Baradene College.

Having years of experience working as a team with Rob, this wellbalanced duo offers outstanding results.”

 

Testimonial

 

To Whom it May Concern

We recently sold our property in Remuera and chose Carmel McLaughlin to act as our agent in conjunction with Rob Ashton.

Carmel’s enthusiasm and positive attitude were a real asset to the process. We enjoyed working with her on a personal level, and on a professional level found her trustworthy, efficient and reliable. Her initial appraisal of the property proved accurate, and her diligent work on our behalf ensured a pleasing result at auction day. In addition her knowledge of the market and the local area have been invaluable in assisting us with our next steps.

We are pleased to recommend Carmel and are happy to speak on her behalf.

Mike and Jane Roulston

 

 

To whom it may concern,

Carmel McLaughlin and Rob Ashton, from Bayleys Real Estate, were the real estate team who recently sold our home in Remuera with goods results.

The real estate market had entered a less volatile phase and properties were slower to sell.  However, this scenario did not daunt Carmel who we primarily worked with during this sales campaign. She worked consistently and enthusiastically to ensure our home had a ready stream of viewers and prospective buyers. Carmel was in contact with us frequently week by week with updates, she creatively pursued a number of marketing avenues utilising her networks within the area. She suggested innovative ideas to ensure the marketing material stayed fresh and appealed to a wide audience. Carmel was able to guide us through an unusual settlement process coming to a satisfactory conclusion, resulting in the sale of our home so we could pursue the next chapter of our lives.

We would highly recommend Carmel to sell your home, she is transparent and a pleasure to work with, she invests herself personally into the process and is able to achieve great results.

Gary and Karen Lord

May 2017