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Christchurch’s best - Cameron Bailey

Christchurch’s best - Cameron Bailey

14 May 2014

Christchurch is one of the most challenging property markets in New Zealand, and there is little Cameron Bailey doesn’t know about it.

Whether it is selling a $170,000 unit or a $6 million mansion on the outskirts of the city, Cameron can tell you the best way to market your property and achieve top price.

It’s a talent that has seen Cameron Bailey once again named the top sales consultant in Christchurch at the Harcourts 2013/ 2014 End of Year Awards.

Working out of Harcourts’ Papanui branch, Cameron says his success is down to a simple combination of long hours, hard work, great support and a comprehensive understanding of the Christchurch market.

“I’ve lived in this city all my life and I know every corner of it. People want to deal with someone who understands the market and where it is going. Sales remain very strong, although prices have settled a little. It’s good for Christchurch and means people can buy and sell confidently,” Cameron says.

Harcourts CEO Hayden Duncan says around 80% of Cameron’s business is through referrals or repeat customers.

“That’s a sign of someone who understands how to put people first and achieve for them the very best results. Cameron Bailey is what Harcourts is all about. He’s been in our New Zealand Top 20 sales consultants for the past five years for a very good reason.”

Among the many other award recipients celebrated were top Rural Sales Consultant Gemma Roberts (Belfast), Top NAI Harcourts Commercial Sales Consultant Simon Rowland-Jones (Christchurch City Commercial) and Top Property Manager Tracey Edwards (Grenadier Accommodation Centre Ltd).

Hayden Duncan says real estate is a highly competitive industry, and each of the award recipients have excelled by incredible hard work and commitment to an outstanding client experience.

“I have absolute admiration for everyone we recognise at our End of Year awards. They are all a huge part of the reason Harcourts is New Zealand’s largest and most trusted real estate brand.

The regional Harcourts 2013/2014 End of Year Awards precede the National Awards event to be held at the upcoming Harcourts Annual Conference at Auckland’s SKYCITY on 19th-21st of May. It is the largest real estate conference in New Zealand.

This year’s Christchurch 2013/2014 End of Year award winners:
• Top Sales Consultant: Cameron Bailey (Papanui)
• Top Rural Sales Consultant: Gemma Roberts (Belfast)
• Top NAI Harcourts Sales Consultant: Simon Rowland-Jones (Christchurch City Commercial)
• Top Property Manager: Tracey Edwards (Grenadier Accommodation Centre Ltd)

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