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Wayne Maguire is the man to sell your home.

Skilled negotiations and in-depth knowledge of the Real Estate Market makes Auckland Auctioneer Wayne Maguire the right man to sell your home.

An Auctioneer can make all the difference when selling your home and nobody knows the Auckland Real Estate market quite like Wayne Maguire does.

“Auctioneering is more than standing at the front of a room counting numbers.” says Wayne Maguire, Auckland real estate auctioneer.

Wayne Maguire, who is based in Mission Bay at Ray White’s offices, is committed to deliver you a first class experience with the highest quality property auctioneering.

Averaging over 500 sales a year, Wayne Maguire’s auction success rates are well above the industry average.

Wayne has completed three university diplomas and is currently finishing his MBA. He was recognised by the Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand as ‘sales manager of the year’ in 2007. And in 2010 was appointed as president of the Sales & Marketing Institute of New Zealand.

As a skilled negotiator, Wayne Maguire engages buyers in crowds in brilliant fashion while gaining the best possible result for you.

“I have a strong and in-depth knowledge of the Auckland real estate sector, which enables me to obtain the best price for the sale of your property as well as making the whole auction process a totally pleasant experience for you,” says Wayne Maguire.

Wayne Maguire uses his performance techniques and a well-rounded craft of auctioneering to ensure the best price out of buyers.

Wayne Maguire has outstanding organisational capabilities and is an excellent problem solver.

“An auction puts a total spotlight on your property and adds a competitive component that heavily favours the seller,” says Wayne Maguire.

If you are thinking about selling your Auckland home then it’s a must to contact Wayne Maguire.


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