The company is still run by the Bayleys family. And the rest is history, today they have over 90 offices throughout New Zealand and 3 in Fiji. They have over 2,000 staff, including over 1,000 sales and leasing agents.
They are one of the largest full-service real estate companies in New Zealand. Prominent offices include Bayleys Real Estate Whitianga, Bayleys Real Estate Hamilton, Bayleys Real Estate Wellington, Bayleys Real Estate Blenheim, Bayleys Real Estate Christchurch and Bayleys also offer a sales scholarship opportunity for real estate licensing.
But just about every town in New Zealand is serviced in some way by Bayleys.
The company has also set up The Bayleys Foundation. They aim to work with a variety of causes in the community. They hope to bring about long-term change by helping sporting groups, schools and other worthy organisations. They also have a strong interest in the environment. They have helped groups such as Live Ocean, The Prince’s Trust, Plunket and Cure Kids.
Considering putting your house on the market for sale? Bayleys Real Estate Bayleys is a good option and its salespeople generally have a wealth of experience.
In Whanganui, the local Bayleys franchise has a team of around 20 people and is owned and operated by John Bartley along with Knud (Kanute) & Karen Bukholt having taken over the franchise in late 2018.
The business has a strong focus on the rural sector and is the biggest local player in the commercial sector. In January 2019 they moved into their current offices on the corner of Guyton & Wicksteed Streets.
John was formerly involved with his family’s business, Bartley Group, and was the General Manager. He also owned the local Stihl Shop.
Knud Bukholt has vast experience in the rural sector and has now been a successful real estate salesperson for more than a dozen years and is supported by his wife Karen who is also a licensed real estate agent.
The company has been supportive of many local activities such as The New Zealand Masters Games as an official Host Partner and helped raise funds for a teenage snowboarder, Tui Wikohika, in his attempt to compete in the Winter Olympics.
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