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We specialise in Real Estate for Canterbury, Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago.

Smart Real Estate

We are people focused providing a high level of service across the real estate property market. We offer a lower fee.

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If you are looking to buy or sell property in:

Christchurch-Canterbury, Queenstown and Central Otago regions call today and we will put you in contact with your nearest licensed agent.

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We have Canterbury, Queenstown Lakes and Central Otago covered

Christchurch - 1.25%
Rangiora - 1.25%
Rolleston - 1.25%
Queenstown Lakes - 1.5%
Wanaka - 1.5%
Cromwell - 1.5%
Alexandra and Clyde - 1.5%


Christchurch, Rangiora, Kaiapoi, Rolleston fee - is 1.25% of the selling price + $550.00 admin fee + gst - Min fee applies $2995.00 + $550.00 + gst
North Canterbury fee - is 1.5% of the sale price + $550.00 admin fee + gst - Min fee applies $2995.00 + $550.00 + gst
Queenstown Lakes District, Central Otago - Wanaka, Cromwell, Clyde, Alexandra fee is 1.5% of the selling price + $550.00 admin fee + gst - Min fee applies $4995.00 + $550.00 + gst

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