I am proud to be the first “zero waste” real estate agent in Greytown and the wider Wairarapa region.
Sustainability is hugely important to me, and so I will never drop a paper flyer in your letter box, neither will you see me delivering documentation to you in unnecessary packaging. I try to operate assustainably as possible - more often than not I will use my electric bike rather than my car.
I am also a proud Greytown, Wairarapa and Greater Wellington region resident, having moved here from Auckland after 13 years in the “Big Smoke”. My wife, Tracy, and I moved here to be part of a wonderful, tight-knit community, and we love it here!
After nearly 30 years success in IT sales and running my own photography business, I understand the critical importance of great service, quick responses and advocating for my clients. I have sold high value IT solutions to some of the largest corporate organisations in the UK and NZ, and have also delivered some of the finest wedding albums you will ever see.
You are trusting me with the sale of your greatest asset, and I take my responsibilities very seriously.
A sale only happens if all parties involved are happy. At Bayleys we work with our vendors to ensure that we bring as many buyers as possible to the negotiating table, thus ensuring the best sale price in the market at the time of sale.
I specialise in residential properties in South Wairarapa, and am also the only agent to focus on tourism properties such as homestays, B&Bs and lodges.
The Wairarapa is one of the premier centres for tourism in New Zealand, and the sale of a property in this rapidly growing sector takes specialist skills, and the backing of a real estate company with a dedicated tourism division.
Tracy and I are both committed to reducing our footprint on this planet so that we can leave it in the best possible condition for our grandchildren. We subscribe wholeheartedly to the REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE sustainable zero waste lifestyle,
We do our best to minimise our consumption of plastic, in particular soft plastics such as shopping bags, food packaging and cosmetic bottles.
Anything we do buy that comes in a plastic container we ensure that the container is reused (Piako yoghurt and Anathoth preserve containers fill our fridge!)
We buy local and organic so our food hasn’t arrived here after a lovely, CO2 emitting plane ride from South America, and we love that local businesses benefit too.
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