Richard Pearce

Residential Sales

Bousfield Macpherson Ltd

Licensed under the REAA 2008

Mobile: +64 27 248 4461
Office: +64 6 868 5188
[email protected]

Current listings

Office - Gisborne
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

Phone tel: +64 6 868 5188

Email: [email protected]

Address: 10 Reads Quay, Gisborne

About Richard

Richard Pearce’s extensive knowledge of the wider Gisborne region means his real estate clients benefit from local insights, and a perceptive take on the property market.

Past business experience with Bayleys cemented Richard’s decision to join the switched on and high-performing Bayleys Gisborne sales team where he is a now a respected and valued colleague.

Working in the residential sector, Richard’s commitment to delivering outstanding client service builds on his personal values of integrity, honesty, professionalism and sheer hard work.

Richard is self-motivated and business savvy having started and consolidated a successful surveying company in recent years. He understands the value of leveraging off the market advantages that the Bayleys brand has within the Gisborne market, nationally and internationally to benefit his growing client network.

Facilitating and sealing a timely, win-win deal to allow his clients to realise their property goals is what drives Richard.  

Richard has over 30 years’ experience in the land information industry most recently as a  founder, manager and director of a reputable Gisborne surveying company.

He has accumulated infinite wisdom around land use and property opportunities which will add tangible value to the service he can offer his clients as they progress on their real estate journey.

The established and proven marketing initiatives, systems and processes which Bayleys is renowned for allows Richard to showcase his clients properties to a broad audience and to streamline the transactional path.

A founder member of the Wainui Football Club and a former competitive footballer and cyclist, Richard and his family reside in the beachside community of Okitu. They regularly travel to the Pacific islands where Richard’s forebears have strong connections.