Trevor is a valued member of the Bayleys North Shore Commercial and Industrial team. Upon joining the team in 2004 he immediately focused on the Wairau Valley industrial and retail markets. This dedication and focus has resulted in him selling or leasing over 410 properties in the area. Previous to this Trevor had a successful background in residential sales.
One of the reasons for his success is Trevor’s natural empathy with his industrial sector clients. This stems from spending his youth installing and servicing elevators and maintaining industrial machinery.
Another reason for his success is Trevor’s energy, enthusiasm and ability to create innovative and personalised marketing strategies. These factors help him constantly obtain exceptional results for his clients. Subsequently, he has regular repeat business from a loyal client base.
Trevor offers a complete range of industrial and commercial property services, from negotiating small leasing transactions through to multi-million dollar sales. He also assists clients requiring new design build premises or existing owners wishing to release capital tied up in their building by selling and leasing back.
Trevor's philosophy is a team approach that involves making sure the entire Bayleys North Shore, Auckland and National network of agents are aware of the virtues of any property he is marketing.
Trevor's experience over a wide variety of real estate sectors has given him a broad knowledge base about the North Shore and its infrastructure, along with strong connections with local valuers, building consultants, structural engineers, property and body corporate managers and planning consultants. Additionally his desire to provide a high level of expertise and knowledge led Trevor to complete two years of study to enable him to be accepted as an Associate Member of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand.
Outside of real estate, Trevor likes to watch football, go tramping, four-wheel-driving or ride his motorbike and has completed the 100km Oxfam Trailwalker four times.