Properties are showcased via a mix of traditional and digital marketing elements, which could include: print advertising, press editorials, brochures, signage, video, and digital marketing via social media, online advertising, website listings and direct email marketing. A marketing budget is customized for each property in order to get your property in front of the right people.

Back to the Future in Stanley Point

Character building has seen much history, bright future beckons. In Devonport 120 years ago, the Esplanade Hotel was under construction, King Edward VII’s coronation memorial seawall […]

8 Victoria Road, Devonport

After a campaign of only 4 weeks, this property with 3 commercial tenancies and 1 residential apartment in the hotspot of Devonport Village was snapped up […]

62 Victoria St West, Auckland CBD

This incredible commercial investment in the heart of Auckland’s CBD was purchased before it even went to market. So although a marketing campaign was not fully […]

160 Hobsonville Pt Rd, Hobsonville

This rare commercial precinct of 9 individual retail units in up and coming Hobsonville Point only lasted 5 weeks on the market. After a strong marketing […]

243 Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead

This historic building was the first commercial building in Birkenhead. Occupied by the vendor for over 20 years and operated as a Thai restaurant, it had […]