Guy has had the fortune of being around the Real Estate industry his entire life. He was 8 when his father Tim, started Property Brokers and has seen it grow from one small office on Broadway Avenue in Palmerston North to the dominant player in provincial New Zealand. Having travelled overseas after university, Guy has developed his skills in some of the toughest, most competitive marketplaces around the world. As the Managing Director of an international direct sales company he spent time in London, Manchester, Dublin, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Bridgetown and Sydney honing his business skills before returning to New Zealand to work in Property Brokers’ country. Guy began his career at Property Brokers in residential sales and quickly grasped the nuances of real estate winning the prestigious Rookie of the Year award amongst tough competition. In 2012 he took the reins as the company's Marketing Manager and oversaw the restructuring of the Property Brokers Support Centre before being promoted to the position of Regional Manager of the Wairarapa in May 2014. Guy is an expert negotiator and marketer. He has extensive experience dealing with various people and can get the best out of any deal for both parties. He has the unique ability to do this with a laidback and positive approach that means people can feel comfortable and relaxed, even in the most stressful of situations. Guy is fiercely local and believes in the merits of the area he operates in. He avidly follows Property Brokers’ mantra of contributing to the regions we live in and takes great pleasure in helping people find their dream property. With Guy as Managing Director, Property Brokers will continue to grow, and his goal is to see people within the company develop even further than they already have. "New Zealand is a fantastic place to live and we are incredibly lucky to operate within such fantastic communities. Provincial New Zealand is thriving but still retains the charms and “real” people that make this company great. We have phenomenal people in our business, and we want to see our towns and cities thrive."