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Demand In Auckland Increases For Executive Living

5 November 2004

Demand In Auckland Increases For Executive Living

The changing tides of the Auckland market is seeing more New Zealand companies moving their Executives from city-to-city and bringing in Executives from abroad. These Executives are looking to lease some of Auckland’s more exclusive properties with all the amenities you would expect when you are paying the higher rentals.

Auckland Executives taking up overseas posts, who don’t want to sell their home, but want it cared for and managed, are choosing Crockers Property Management to manage their properties. Crockers Property Management Ltd has launched a specialist service for this niche market – Executive Living. Director, Rob Macdonald says “Crockers has been operating in this space for many years and we have established a sound reputation. With the increasing demand for this type of service we felt it was time to highlight our expertise in the market with a brand that recognised this niche market.”

Crockers service a range of corporate clients, locating superior accommodation in Auckland for their Executives including Team New Zealand, BNZ, ANZ, Nokia and Siemens to name but a few.

“Our corporate clients, our landlords and our executive tenants have special needs. It’s our ‘cando’ attitude and 24-hour a day, seven days a week service that has given us the referrals over the years - building this business” says Executive Living Specialist, Kathleen Cook.

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