Now the biggest full-service real estate company in Rangiora, the growing team have shifted to a newly refurbished location in the town centre.
Prime Minister John Key led the official opening yesterday, speaking to the 135 guests about the positive growth the region has seen post-earthquake.
“Rangiora has bounced back amazingly well, it’s very strong”, said Key.
He highlighted the great opportunities that have arisen from the earthquakes with the rebuild - including an improved town centre, stronger infrastructure and population growth.
Bayleys Rangiora branch manager Richard Peter also spoke about his excitement for the “vibrant” emerging town centre. He identified Conway Lane, the new Farmers and fire station, Cenotaph corner and the realignment of High Street as exciting improvements for the town’s residents.
The new office, with a high-profile location on 251 High Street, has a modern design with more space and improved meeting and auction facilities.
Key closed the presentation with the unveiling of the official opening plaque and gave time to meet and greet guests before his departure.
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