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The Professionals Partner With Trade Me Property

Media Release

12 December 2005


The Professionals Partner With Trade Me Property

The Professionals has entered into a partnership to market over 2000 properties through Trade Me Property, New Zealand’s most visited real estate website.

“This was an easy decision for us. The internet all comes down to traffic and Trade Me Property has more visitors than any other property site so that’s where we wanted to put our customers’ properties,” said Andrew Mark, NZ Chairman of the Professionals Group.

“Like us, Trade Me are an energetic and proud New Zealand company, so its been an easy fit. It’s also been great to be able to work together on charity auctions including one next week for the Child Cancer Foundation.”

The Professionals Group has over 80 offices throughout New Zealand, from Kerikeri to Invercargill. Over the last year they sold over $2.9 billion of real estate in New Zealand.

Trade Me general manager Sam Morgan said he was delighted to have the Professionals become part of the Trade Me community.

“These are great people to work with who put their customers’ interests first,” said Mr Morgan.

“We launched Trade Me Property just five months ago and it’s grown to over 11,000 listings over that time. We’re aiming to hit 24,000 listing by our one year anniversary.”

“It’s early days yet but we’re heading in the right direction and it’s great to have people like the Professionals heading there with us.”

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