30 days ago

Looking for a next level real estate team?

Kim Thompson from Kim Thompson - Team JEPC Ray White

Team JEPC at Ray White, Maguires One Team proudly offer a complete boutique real estate experience. From preparing your property to go to market, to creating a superior marketing campaign and an open home experience second to none - well planned strategies that will draw targeted buyers to your property.

So, if you're thinking of taking your property to market in the foreseeable future, then you need to be talking to us. Our team's service is next level and we're very proud of it! We go above and beyond every time, for every client, without exception. That's our standard.

Call us today for a confidential chat.

Warm regards,
Kim - 021 048 7171
Jude & Pete - 0800 583 326

More messages from your neighbours
1 day ago

Which local cafes make the best coffee?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from East & Bays Courier

Hi neighbours, we all know Kiwis love coffee but a survey has found that Auckland coffee drinkers are more likely to buy their coffee than Kiwis from the regions. A third of Aucklanders buy at least half of their weekly coffees and most preferred a flat white. How often do you buy coffee out? What do you usually order? And which local cafes do you think make the best coffee? Share your thoughts in the comments.  .

1 hour ago

Are you a recent home buyer? or a retiree in your own home?

The team Reporter from Sunday Star Times

Hi Neighbourly - we're looking for a first-home buyer to talk about why it was their goal to buy a house and the reasons behind it (need to be willing to be pictured with it). We're also looking for a few people 50 years or older to talk about how important owning their own home is to their retirement goals

Can you help? Email susan.edmunds@stuff.co.nz

1 day ago

NZ Bus services running as normal from today

Caroline Williams Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Hi Aucklanders, NZ Bus services have resumed, following six days of driver suspensions affecting approximately 70,000 trips daily. The suspensions came as bus drivers stopped accepting passenger fares, in a bid for better pay work hours. On Thursday, First Union and Tramways withdrew industrial action after Auckland Council got involved with concerns of the suspension's impact on the city's public transport. However, union members and NZ Bus are yet to come to an agreement.
Were you able to catch your normal bus this morning?