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Kurt Piper is leading the way for the New Geeneration

Auckland real estate agent, Kurt Piper is leading the way for the New Geeneration


By Kimberley Gilbert


Educated, focused and hardworking are three words to describe Auckland real estate agent, Kurt Piper.

Buying your new home is easier than ever before with Kurt Piper at Premium Real Estate.

Kurt has a strong knowledge of the North Shore property market. He is honest, hardworking and known for his high standards in customer/client care. With Kurt, you will find a professional, committed and dedicated property partner.

Born and raised in Devonport, with a background in management and psychology (BA) and twenty years competitive sales experience, Kurt has a unique ability to relate to people from all walks of life.

Kurt also has extensive experience in property development and land subdivision.

One of his major accomplishments is having sold over 8.5 million of real estate in the last half of 2013. He is fast becoming and aims to be one of the top residential sales agents on the North Shore, Auckland.
He is approachable, a great communicator and an excellent negotiator, so you know you will get the right price for your home with Kurt.

No matter what your property needs, call Kurt today!

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