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Barfoot & Thompson Appoints Regional Managers

22 May 2006

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Barfoot & Thompson Appoints Regional Managers


Auckland’s leading real estate company, Barfoot & Thompson, has expanded its management structure with the establishment of three Regional Manager positions.

Barfoot & Thompson is the Auckland market leader and has been steadily building its branch network over recent years, growing from 47 branches across Auckland and Northland in 2000 to 62 branches and more than 1,500 staff today.

In order to keep pace with that growth, the family owned company last year appointed its first General Manager, and is now supporting that role with three Regional Managers. The new Regional Managers are all internal appointments with long and successful track records with the company. They are Clinton Hardy, Kiri Barfoot and Michael Williams.

Clinton has 14 years real estate experience and was previously Barfoot & Thompson’s Takapuna Branch Manager. Kiri has a 10 year track record with the company, including a number of Branch Manager roles. She is the granddaughter of Val Barfoot, one of the original founders of the company. Michael has been heading the company’s highly successful Country & Coastal division; he has more than 20 year’s real estate experience and is a licenced auctioneer.

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