When you first meet Kim, you can anticipate a welcoming, authentic, and positively engaging experience. Her unwavering passion for her work, extending to both vendors and buyers, radiates from her with infectious enthusiasm. Kim's dedication to her clients is consistent as she always goes above and beyond to ensure an exceptional outcome is achieved. You can rest assured that your most valuable asset is in exceedingly capable hands.
Kim, along with her husband Colin, calls a charming lifestyle block in Tomarata home. Her deep connection to the Mangawhai region, built over nearly 35 years of family holidays with her five sons, made this decision an easy one. Kim's commitment to her local community is unwavering. You'll often find her engaged in heartfelt conversations with farmers and fellow lifestylers over their fences, making house calls to connect with her clients, actively participating in the local school, and attending various community gatherings and events. She's even known for her compassionate efforts in rescuing local animals.
Her genuine passion for both people and property fuels her satisfaction in her role, fostering lasting relationships and embracing each day as a fresh opportunity. Kim's numerous awards throughout her illustrious real estate career are a testament to her skill and dedication. She doesn't rely on chance or luck; instead, her excellence shines through in her exceptional communication. Vendors often sing praises of her, feeling well-informed, included, and at ease throughout the entire selling process.
For a friendly and informative conversation, reach out to Kim today. Your real estate journey is sure to be elevated by her expertise and warm approach.
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