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Karen Harding of Ray White in Pukekohe

Karen Harding of Ray White in Pukekohe is the ideal real estate salesperson for buying and selling your new home

Real estate salesperson Karen Harding has a 100% commitment to her clients to make her the ideal candidate for buying and selling your next property in Pukekohe.

At all times she strives to get the best possible result that the market has to offer for her vendors.

And she will provide you with the most effective guide in how to get the best price for your home, how to present your home in its best light and how to market your property to the widest buying bench.

Karen Harding is a passionate and enthusiastic real estate professional who wants to work with her vendors (not for them) in helping them to sell their most valued asset for the best price.

“By putting my clients and sellers first I believe in time they will know that I am trustworthy (the genuine deal) and that I am interested in building long-term relationships with them.

“They will see first-hand that their best interests are my top priority.”

Karen Harding’s philosophy is always to put people first. “I am interested in building long-term relationships with my clients so that they will know they can trust me and that their best interests are always my top priority,” says Karen Harding.

“Thus I am protecting the vendor’s best interests in probably their most valued asset,” says Karen Harding.

Karen employs the latest on line technology in marketing property to capture as many potential buyers as possible with the aim of achieving the best possible market price.

She utilised internet-based marketing and video to capture the attention of national and international buyers and has brought on board New Zealand’s social media and pr experts MediaPA to assist her.

“I see social media as another way to communicate with like-minded people that I would not normally be able to reach in the normal standard paper mediums of marketing,” Karen Harding says.

“That is not to stay at this stage traditional media does not have a purpose but to capture the people that have now embraced social media as a way of keeping informed of the national and international community we need to be in that space too,” she said.

Karen Harding sees Pukekohe as an exciting region for buyers to invest especially because of the housing shortage in Auckland.

“Pukekohe offers a great life-style and has a lot to offer people with its close proximity to Auckland and its outlying areas without the same traffic hassles,” she said.


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