25 Nicholls Street,
Harcourts City Christchurch | Grenadier Real Estate Ltd
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson (REAA 2008), Member of the REINZ
From that opening encounter that you experience first meeting Jonny, you are left with the impression of a resilient, personable and very determined individual. There is no doubt that Jonny is a people person, utilizing his ability to interact and build rapport with people from all walks of life. He has a natural talent for clear communication, supported with an outstanding work ethic which is articulated through his undoubted enthusiasm and infectious personality.
Having studied a Bachelor Of Arts in English at the University Of Canterbury, Jonny has developed essential verbal and analytical skills that are today paramount in real estate. Because of his passion for and understanding of the local community, its culture and environment, Jonny chooses to immerse himself in what the community has to offer. This unique understanding and strong local knowledge helps to enable him in assisting clients with credibility on all matters relating to the the Christchurch Real Estate Market.
Jonny says that his love and passion for people has derived through having played years of Division 1 Rugby and Cricket in the Christchurch region, representing various Canterbury age group teams along the way.
It goes without saying, Jonny is a highly motivated, intelligent and very like-minded individual, absolutely committed to his profession and his clients. When dealing with his clients Jonny has one mission, to gain the premium price for his clients home whilst ensuring they are calm and educated during the process. “Selling what is often your most important asset can be a daunting task. I want every client to leave knowing that I provided a service that eliminates this fear, a service that exceeded their expectations in all facets of the real estate transaction”.
“Thinking Real Estate? Then please do not hesitate in contacting me, I would welcome the opportunity to help you with your Real Estate decisions”.