Barfoot & Thompson - Henderson
With a culture of teamwork, open communication and passion for what they do, it's easy to see why Barfoot & Thompson Henderson sell more homes than any other real estate company in the area.
Barfoot & Thompson have been part of Henderson since 1954, and today has the largest real estate team in the suburb. Their branch enjoys phenomenally high foot traffic due to its location in the hub of Henderson's shopping centre.
Most staff live in the area, and the branch are proud supporters of the local community - from the Henderson High states challenge and Massey High careers program to the Newland bowls club prostate fundraiser.
The diversity of this large team gives them the ability to deal with customers of any culture. They also have a firm focus on working together to achieve the best results possible for clients, and this means sharing listings and information among the office's sales staff - as well as with the other 1,700+ Barfoot & Thompson sales staff across Auckland and Northland.
As a non franchised agency, any salesperson from Barfoot & Thompson's 65+ branches across the Auckland region can bring a buyer to your home and share in the sale. That’s 1,400+ people, increasing the effective reach of your campaign and creating buyer competition at a scale that could never be achieved with boutique agencies and franchised offices.
Barfoot & Thompson Henderson also has a thriving rentals department, offering dedicated property managers to look after all aspects of your investment property, or to help you find the perfect rental.
With easy access to the city and the North Shore, Henderson is known as the capital of the ‘bustling west’. Housing in the area is still relatively affordable, and ranges from traditional homes with large back yards to more contemporary and exclusive properties located in some of the area's newer developments.
Henderson is popular with families and has many well regard primary, intermediate and high schools, as well as Unitec. It is also close to many stunning west coast beaches, as well as vineyards, walkways and parks and reserves.