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Real Estate Pros Launches New Zealand Wide

Real Estate Pros Launches New Zealand Wide Covering Wellington, Christchurch & Tauranga

RealEstatePros offers advance knowledge of their expansion plans. The firm previously focused on Auckland is now expanding to other major cities including Wellington, Christchurch and Tauranga.

Papamoa NZ: RealEstatePros are pleased to announce that the real estate location service which has previously focused only on Auckland is now enlarging its focus area to include Tauranga, Christchurch and Wellington. The relatively new platform which matches home buyers and sellers with trusted agents in their area is shaking up the real estate industry in New Zealand. The site revolutionises the way in which homeowners or prospective homeowners find and compare real estate pros.

There are more than fourteen thousand real estate license holders throughout New Zealand according to the Real Estate Agents Authority (REAA). The sheer number of professionals available makes finding a trusted agent a daunting task. The wrong agent could make errors that would prevent the seller from getting the best price for their home, or delay the process of selling their home, amongst other headaches.

The founders of the site are independent and are not agents. The platform is provided to help sellers find and compare agents. The site also helps agents stand out and enhance their own brands. Additional tools on the website include a free property valuation estimate to aid in setting an appropriate price when listing a property for sale.



Buying and selling a home can be a very stressful event if you don’t select the right real estate agent. RealEstatePros, created by co-founders Cam and Nate Whitaker, is committed to connecting property sellers to the agent who best fits their needs. This comparison is accomplished by looking at profiles of relevant agents and reading verified homeowner reviews.

Expansion of the coverage area allows more people to enjoy the benefits of reliable agents. The process is easy. Consumers enter their requirements and get matched with up to three local, trusted real estate agents who can help. The sellers can then compare their profiles, reviews, and select the best agent for their needs.

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