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Top realtor appointed to lead NAI Harcourts in NZ

Top realtor appointed to lead NAI Harcourts in NZ

20 December 2010: Successful real estate professional Richard Laery has been appointed to the recently created role of General Manager of NAI Harcourts in New Zealand, having been recruited from another brand.

Mr Laery has 13 years’ experience in the real estate industry where he has an impressive track record, primarily in commercial and industrial property sales and leasing. In addition he has strong management skills, a wealth of experience and an extensive network of contacts.
Most recently a senior commercial and industrial specialist with Bayleys Manukau, Mr Laery has also gained experience in residential and rural sales along with project marketing and was responsible for helping to establish Bayleys Fiji office.
Harcourts New Zealand CEO Hayden Duncan says he delighted to have appointed Mr Laery to the new senior management position, in which he will play a key role in driving the growth of NAI Harcourts in New Zealand.

“It’s a great endorsement of the strength of our company and culture along with the obvious potential of our recently established joint venture business NAI Harcourts that we’ve been able to attracted an individual of Richard’s calibre to join our group, and I have every confidence that he will do an exceptional job.”

Mr Laery says he is excited about joining NAI Harcourts and his new role, which is based in the Harcourts/NAI Harcourts corporate office in Newmarket, Auckland.

“There is plenty of opportunity for NAI Harcourts to grow in New Zealand, with many clients looking for a change from the established players in the commercial/industrial market, and helping spearhead efforts to achieve that growth is a new challenge I’m excited about.”


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