Leading Real Estate Company opens in Freemans Bay Ponsonby News June 6th 08
Kellands Real Estate Ltd MREINZ
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A sculpture by Terry Stringer stands proudly in the entrance way as an inspirational piece reflecting the early beginnings of their real estate business when they rented Terry’s apartment in Bath Street Parnell as their first offices some 14 years ago. Since that time their main office in Gladstone Road in Parnell has won architectural and interior design awards and demonstrates Kellands committed attitude to design and architecture in an industry bereft of such passion.
Locals have welcomed the refurbishment of their additional 1930’s concrete and brick warehouse office which most know and love for its overgrown ivy and dramatic Phoenix palm which were all lit up in Kellands pink on the night.
Deborah Kelland spoke of her team’s difference in not being a traditional neighbourhood office in real estate and with her determination to keep their difference, resisted opening individual offices across Auckland. But recent research demonstrated how highly her company is regarded as “being in a league of their own” and that it was time for her to expand her team and develop four strategic positions across Auckland to sell Auckland’s most sought after properties. Furthermore her team saw their two prime locations in Freemans Bay and Parnell as the “Yin and Yang” of Auckland’s prime property in addition to their considerable share of Waiheke Island’s waterfront market.
Kelland said how she did not buy into the negativity in the property market as they already had a strong hold in the over two million dollar top end of property sales in Herne Bay, Freemans Bay and Westmere and that unique property was always in demand. Some of their most notable sales on this side of town over the last few years include the lovely old concrete stately home in Richmond Road built by the Warnock Bros. which was the most expensive sale in Grey Lynn at $2,770,000 in 2004, the sale of 5 adjoining properties in Hepburn Street for $5,100,000, Sentinel point for over $8 million along with a significant number of sales in Herne Bay and Rawene Avenue in Westmere for similar figures.
Deborah said that most of their sales are not reported due to their value and their client’s desire for privacy but that a recent sale just this month on the water in Herne Bay is testimony to the reality that special properties are still being sold at very healthy levels.
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