Keeping it Real
Professional respect is earned, not given. It’s gained over time and is an acknowledgment of consistent reliable performance.
An obstacle for earning such respect, is when you operate in an industry that sits, at best, under the lowest 10 percentile of the ‘Trusted Professions’ continuum, globally.
Remarkably, we defy these odds. We stepped out of the culture of ‘greed & ego’, and provide a professional consultancy service based on trust, transparency & impartial information.
It works, for you, for us and the industry – a win, win, win.
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Calling a Spade a Spade
Selling your property is not a game! Many agents treat it like one, however THEY are the only ones who know the rules.
Upon seeing people unknowingly deceived and convinced they have received a great outcome, I knew the ‘Smoke and Mirror’ game played by this industry, was simply not for me.
I do not want to be a celebrity at my client’s expense, I just want to represent people fairly.
Whether it’s the seller or the buyer, whoever has engaged us, that’s who we are working for and never the twain shall meet.
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What Our Clients Say
We were referred from a friend who had just sold their property through this service here in Christchurch. We were quite clear on who we were going to place our property with until we discussed our situation with Kim Franklin. He presented an unbelievable approach to this business comparative to all other real estate agencies, and an insight into the real estate industry on matters that we had never thought of.
Alan & Dawn Simpson
What a refreshing culture this company brings to this industry, a transparent cost for getting a property sold no matter what the value it may be. The fees charged by real estate companies based on a percentage of the sell price of a property, is a cost that never made any sense to us. Paying by the hour when dealing with the buyers interested in our property and the cost for only the promotional materials for advertising it is such decent, professional and honest way to work. Sam Doubleday restored our perception of real estate agents, others should follow their example.