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Barfoot & Thompson opens in Kamo

21 November 2006

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Barfoot & Thompson opens in Kamo

Barfoot & Thompson is strengthening its presence in Northland with the opening of a new branch in Kamo.

Experienced real estate salesperson Debbie Oliver-Lloyd has transferred from Barfoot & Thompson’s Whangarei branch to head the new Kamo branch and lead a team of five salespeople.

Ms Oliver-Lloyd says, “Kamo has enormous potential for the company. It’s a mix of established homes and new developments which means the area truly offers something for everyone. I’m looking forward to my team putting in some hard work on behalf of our clients and really making an impact on the local real estate scene.”

Barfoot & Thompson Director Peter Thompson says the opening of a Kamo branch complements the recent establishment of other Northland offices at Dargaville and Kerikeri.

Mr Thompson says Debbie has a strong 14 year track record with the Whangarei office. “I look forward to her establishing a busy and successful operation providing great real estate service to the people of Kamo.”


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