Shelley Donaldson - Bayleys


Shelley Donaldson
Selling and maximising the value of property is not always easy, which is why you need to acquire the services of an experienced salesperson with a scorching track record in the real estate industry. Shelley Donaldson is that person. A new generation of real estate professional, Shelley approaches real estate with a fresh perspective, enthusiastic attitude, and consistently delivers the highest standard of work to all of her clients. Her focused approach is admirable and her ability to build strong, lasting relationships is what defines her real estate business. Having worked in the real estate industry since 2006, Shelley has been named in the Top 10% of Bayleys salespeople nationwide for the past three years, has been in the Top 20 Residential Bayleys salespeople nationwide for the past three years, and has now been named Number 1 Bayleys Gisborne Residential salesperson for the 2018/2019 financial year. In addition, Shelley has achieved the highest ever residential sale price in Gisborne, being beachfront Grey Street at $1.9 million. As well as being backed by Bayleys locally and nationally, Shelley has developed a great team to support her and her client’s needs. Cory Hutchings Shelley is supported by partner Cory who brings invaluable property knowledge and experience. Along with being Head Coach of Waikanae Surf Club and having a huge network, Cory also contributes invaluable knowledge having been a licensed salesperson for 6 years and having built six new houses himself. Alicia Vincent Keeping the wheels turning is Shelley’s Marketing Administrator, Alicia. With a background in marketing communications in the business-to-business sector, Alicia has years of experience in the creation of promotional collateral and contributes greatly from an administration and customer service perspective. Lochie Hutchings Shelley’s number one supporter is six year old son Lochie. Shelley works hard but prioritises family time and enjoys lots of down time with Lochie. For the most part, Lochie likes what his Mum does for a job, but wasn’t so pleased when she did such a good job selling his best friend’s house… A fantastic result for the vendors meant a great sale and the ability to move out of town, but Lochie wasn’t so pleased “I like your work and all of your job, Mum… but why did you have to sell my friend’s house?”