I am a Real Estate salesperson living in the sunny Western Bay of Plenty. Previous to entering the property market in 1989 I was part of my family construction company – Goodwin Homes, I have worked in various occupations around the world, and have owned and operated my own orchard growing Kiwifruit, Limes, and various other fruit. I believe my past experience in various areas related to property sales gives me the knowledge to give well-informed and meaningful advice and services to my clients. I am a father to two children – Hamish and Tamara who have both completed their university studies. All three of us share a strong interest in Aviation and I regularly partake in flying and flying related activities and competitions.
I can offer you a wide range of knowledge and experience in real estate and services. I have had heavy involvement both in the markets I specialise in and in the local area. Additionally, as part of the First National group I can offer a backbone of nation-wide agents, a recognisable and respected brand, and a wide range of marketing tools made possible by being part of an international franchise.
I particularly specialise in horticulture, rural, lifestyle/rural-residential, waterfront and rural-bareland properties. My key principle is integrity at ALL times – this means no messing clients around, no unethical tactics, and being a respected and trustworthy consultant using my knowledge and experience to take the guess work out of marketing and purchasing property, and make it a personally enjoyable and memorable experience.
Please contact me if you are interested in any aspect of the property market, including:
- Viewing properties that match your business and lifestyle choices
- Receiving information and literature on the property market and property marketing
- Having your property appraised
- Receiving advise on maintaining and improving your property for future sale
- Receiving advice or second opinions about property sales and marketing
- Making a plan to market your property to gain the highest value possible