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Nicola Bull Appointed Shareholder of Kellands

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Top Auckland real estate agent, Nicola Bull, has been appointed shareholder of the holding company of award winning real estate agency, Kellands Real Estate.

Kellands Real Estate Director, Deborah Kelland, said her sister, Ms Bull has been with Kellands since its inception in 1994 and has been one of its top sales people over the past ten years.

“Nicola was my very first sales person and helped me establish the company. She has been involved in all aspects of the business since that time and it is fitting that her role now expands to shareholder and Sales Manager.

“Her integrity, honesty and commitment to extraordinary marketing will ensure that the agency continues to be a leading niche marketer of Auckland’s elite homes and developments.”

Ms Bull was Salesperson of the Year for Kellands from 2001 to 2004 and won many of the NZ Herald Awards for marketing excellence during this period.

Ms Bull’s previous role as Team Leader will be filled by one of Kellands top coastal and luxury home sales people, Martin Dobson.

Whilst his new expanded role is a management appointment, Mr Dobson will still be strongly involved in significant property sales.

Ms Kelland says “with over 20 years experience heading up a team in Finance and Property Banking, Mr Dobson will be able to pass on his background in negotiation, coupled with his astute financial skills to the Kellands team and thereby ensure that our clients continue to achieve the maximum result that they are looking for.”


Notes to editors

Since 1994, Kellands Real Estate has been quietly making its mark as a recognised and respected specialist marketer of Auckland’s properties and developments, such as Princes Wharf and Brown Street.

Kellands has a passion for contemporary architecture and design, and an in-depth knowledge of people and property. Kellands sales people will roll up their sleeves and work alongside both the architect and client to create environments designed to inspire.

To ensure the marketing of Kellands properties is of the highest quality, there is an in-house team of real estate marketing specialists.

From the beginning, Deborah Kelland's vision for her company has remained constant; to be a leading niche marketer by establishing long term relationships with clients and adding value to their exceptional properties.


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