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Harveys Opens New Office in Wairarapa

15 November 2005
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Harveys Broadens Its Presence in Wellington Region with a New Office in Wairarapa

Harveys Real Estate has broadened its presence in the greater Wellington region, with the opening of a new office in Masterton.

Harveys Wairarapa will be run by well-known Wairarapa resident Peter McGrath. With a decade of real estate experience and an extensive knowledge of the area Peter is looking forward to his new venture with Harveys.

The office, offering residential, lifestyle, rural and commercial sales, will start with a team including Kelly McIsaac and Chris Horrocks. Peter expects to grow the team with like minded people dedicated to service.

With the property market still remaining strong in the area, Peter also intends to expand and open another office in South Wairarapa to service the growth in the region.

“With Wellington City close enough to commute and a number of former residents returning to settle, the area is growing in popularity,” says Peter.

Wairarapa provides residents with endless opportunities. Alongside its endless range of recreational and leisure activities, its close proximity to Wellington and thriving agriculture and viticulture industries provide a stable job market.

Harveys has established a strong foothold in the capital and surrounding areas, with offices in Lower Hutt, Miramar, Levin, Foxton, Palmerston North, Wellington Central, Karori, Khandallah, Waikanae, Paraparaumu and Otaki.

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