1224 days ago

Thinking about selling? If yes call me

Carol Christy from

After a quieter start to the year, it was back to business as usual in March, with both a healthy supply of choice and willing buyers. The frantic pace of last year has subsided and we’ve now reverted to a realistic and balanced market. Auctions still continue to produce results, either under the hammer or during the negotiation process following the auction.

As real estate agents, we see our role as simple, but integral to success. It’s our job to introduce the right buyers to the right vendors and facilitate the sale process to ensure the best result for our vendors.

Creating effective marketing campaigns is all part of our service, and in such a crowded market, it can be difficult for your property to stand out from the rest. Our creative approach to marketing is built from an in-depth knowledge of knowing who our target market is and the best methods to reach them. This together with a dash of innovation, allows us to create marketing campaigns that make your home stand out from the rest, while maximising your marketing dollars.

Talk to me about how we can create the right sales and marketing approach for your property.

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3 hours ago

Health Minister Chris Hipkins urges Aucklanders to wear face masks

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

Health Minister Chris Hipkins is telling Aucklanders to wear a face mask as the city heads into an alert level 3 lockdown today.

“My advice to everyone watching this is: ‘Wear one’,” Hipkins told Stuff.

He said the Government was still working on legal issues around making masks compulsory.


A legal order under the new Covid-19 legislation would be issued on Wednesday. This would give legal effect to the alert levels in Auckland and the rest of the country.

Click here to read more.

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4 hours ago

Coronavirus three-day lockdown: what it means for Auckland

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

After 102 days without community transmission in New Zealand, there are now four new cases of Covid-19.

The source of the four new cases, which are based in south Auckland, has not yet been identified.

In an urgent press conference on Tuesday night, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a three-day level 3 lockdown of the Auckland region, and urged anyone who is unwell to seek health advice and get a test. The rest of the country moves to level 2.

Click here to find out what we know so far about what the lockdown from midday today means for Auckland.

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4 hours ago

Supermarkets urge calm ahead of Covid-19 lockdown

Josephine Franks Reporter from Auckland Stuff

Kia ora neighbours, shoppers are being asked not to panic-buy as queues build ahead of the country going into alert level 3 lockdown.

Outside supermarkets across the city, queues of shoppers snaked into carparks, and some shops had to close early on Tuesday night after being inundated.

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