4 Feb 2015 Show Topic: Wellington, New Zealand

 

Well, the round ups have resumed in Australia. Richard Butler is on top of that action. The number of auctions may be lower than prior to the Christmas holidays, but the prices continue to sizzle.

Wellington at Dawn

Wellington at Dawn

Our guest today is a former resident of Australia’s Gold Coast who relocated, in part, because of her husband. Vicki Collins is a Director at Ray White Wellington City Real Estate and Wellington Property Management.

Vicki Collins of Ray White Wellington

Vicki Collins of Ray White Wellington

Vicki drives the highly successful sales and rental team as part of her role of Director. In addition to these  roles Vicki  believes a  “hand on approach” keeps her at the forefront of both industries, and is continuing to list and sell  properties throughout the greater Wellington Region.

Wellington at Dawn

Wellington at Dawn

Vicki encourages her team to be  active outside Real Estate.  “Active Body – Active Mind” and  keeping a balance with outside interests and family life.

A mother to 4 grown up children, grandmother to 4, and competing at an International level for hockey, Vicki  understands the importance of working hard, and making decisions in life for  the right outcome at the right time of your life.  Whether you are selling or buying a new home or investment property, Vicki and her team have a vast knowledge to assist to you.

Oriental Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Oriental Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Richard Butler

Besides Co-Editor here, Richard is Co-Editor at EscapeArtist.com/vanuatu and has written a popular book on Vanuatu, How the WTO Will Change Vanuatu and How You Can Escape to this South Pacific Island Paradise available on Amazon.com. Richard is a Resort and residential property developer, marketer, and project construction manager who fell in love with the South Pacific islands of Vanuatu and for 3 years 2012 to May 2015 has been a successful Trade Commissioner for the Republic of Vanuatu. So successful that the government reappointed him in April 2017 for a further 3-year term!

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