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NAI Harcourts Hamilton recognised as top performer by REINZ

NAI Harcourts Hamilton Commercial recognised as top performer by REINZ

NAI Harcourts Hamilton Commercial has been celebrated at the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand’s annual awards as a standout leader in the commercial and industrial sector.

The business was announced Runner Up in the Small/ Medium Commercial and Industrial Office category. With over 12,000 sales consultants from all the major real estate groups competing, it is an outstanding effort for the office, which has only been in existence since 2012.

Managing Director Mike Neale says they were up against long established commercial offices from the main centres of Auckland and Christchurch, so the team was thrilled to receive the accolade.

“We didn’t actually attend the ceremony in Auckland because we thought it was a longshot. We’ll be there next time,” Neale says.

Hamilton Commercial is a result of a successful merger between two commercial and industrial teams, CBRE and Harcourts Commercial, and is now headed up by the experienced partnership of Neale, Karl van Gisbergen and Theo de Leeuw, with other well performing agents.

In just two short years Neale and the team have established themselves within the Waikato as reliable and innovative professionals who go above and beyond for every single client.

Neale says they cover a wide geographical distance, and receive many referrals from the Harcourts Hamilton residential business, which is the largest in the Waikato.

“Coming into the Harcourts group and being part of a much larger network has been hugely beneficial to our business,” Neale says.

Equally important is their team of professionals and a total focus on delivering an outstanding client experience.

“We will leave no stone unturned when working for our clients. We are focused on getting the best possible results every time,” Neale says.

It’s a formula that is working, with referral business now making up a significant proportion of their bottom line.

With more than 120 years’ combined real estate experience, their hand-picked team of 11 focus on sales and leasing of all aspects of commercial and industrial property.

NAI Harcourts General Manager Michael Grainger says Hamilton Commercial are outstanding performers within the group, so much so that an Australian group of commercial real estate professionals recently travelled to the Waikato to learn from them.

“We are extremely proud of what NAI Harcourts Hamilton Commercial have achieved. To be recognised as one of the best in New Zealand by our industry body REINZ is a huge acolade and shows the quality of customer service that is every day practice for them. They are achieving because they are delivering exactly what their clients want and need.”

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