Gail Hudson

Branch Manager, Bayleys Cromwell

Cromwell
Queenstown and Southern NZ Realty Ltd

Licensed under the REAA 2008


Mobile: +64 27 243 7249
Office: +64 3 450 0200
gail.hudson@bayleys.co.nz

Office - Cromwell
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

Phone tel:+64 3 445 3458

Email: cromwell@bayleys.co.nz

Address: 24 The Mall Cromwell, Cromwell

About Gail


Armed with a list of credentials which illustrate an absolute commitment to real estate expertise, Gail Hudson as General Manager of Bayleys Queenstown ensures her team of salespeople – and their clients are consistently considered the best informed in the business. 

Starting her career in real estate some 16 years ago in Christchurch, there’s little Gail hasn’t seen or sold, cementing her status as one of New Zealand’s leading property minds and preparing her perfectly for her current role as Regional Director for the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) Queenstown Lakes, Southland and Otago.  

Following a successful career which has seen Gail effect residential and lifestyle property sales from Canterbury to the MacKenzie Country, she was plucked for her leadership prowess, industry knowledge and marketing proficiency, previously managing a national real estate firm based in neighbouring Wanaka.

At the helm as General Manager for Bayleys Queenstown since 2013, Gail has been an integral part of the team’s phenomenal growth and her leadership has thus far amalgamated three local businesses, spanning some 30 salespeople – and counting. 

Locally revered as a consistent champion for the highest industry standards, Gail has attained a Graduate Diploma of Business Studies in Real Estate and her sales team appreciate her no-nonsense approach to immaculate customer service, academic knowledge of the sector, Government and local council developments.

Believing that success in real estate comes with focus, commitment and generosity, Gail is thrilled to be a part of this extremely exciting chapter in Queenstown’s development trajectory, placing the utmost importance on adaptation and growth in an industry as diverse as the local clientele.