Therese Leslie

Residential and Waterfront

Long Bay
Bayleys Real Estate Ltd

Licensed under the REAA 2008


Mobile: +64 21 022 66192
Office: +64 9 487 0643
therese.leslie@bayleys.co.nz

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Office - Long Bay
Licensed under the REA Act 2008

Phone tel:+64 9 487 0630

Email: longbay@bayleys.co.nz

Address: 1060 Beach Road, Long Bay, Auckland

About Therese


Therese Leslie does not believe in a ‘one size fits all’ approach to real estate and instead prides herself on delivering a customised and personal service.

In her experience, the successful sale of a property is dependent on two critical factors – building a trusting relationship with the vendor and listening closely to what they want.

Therese is a member of the successful Bayleys Long Bay team. She has many years’ experience and an impressive track record, which saw her placed 4th in the Bayleys North Shore salespeople in July 2016. Her success is a credit to her determination to fill the gaps left by other real estate agents and her will to provide clients with an attentive and professional service.

Feedback from Therese’s past clients is evidence of her ability to make the process of selling a home a positive and stress-free experience. Her marketing and negotiation expertise helps her to frequently achieve pre-auction offers and sale prices well over valuation.

With two decades of experience in IT finance and contract management, Therese has strong analytical skills that enable her to interpret and anticipate trends in the property market. She has years of experience in negotiating which she draws on to achieve the very best sales results, whatever the chosen sales method. Her understanding of digital technology and how to utilise social media effectively is invaluable when it comes to the marketing of her clients’ properties.

Therese’s financial expertise is also valued by clients seeking advice on mortgages, home lending and goal setting.

Living in neighbouring Torbay means Therese has an unrivalled local knowledge and an established community network. She is at the forefront of local developments and understands the demographics of residents already living, or aspiring to live in the area.

Having moved to the North Shore from the UK in 2008, Therese can relate to new migrants and identify with the challenges associated with moving to a new area.