Bayleys - Hamilton



Young, keen, and coached by the elite.

Lee teamed up with one of Bayleys New Zealand’s top rural agents, Karl Davis, benefitting by having a very successful and highly respected country real estate specialist as mentor. Since starting in 2014 Lee has been involved in over $167million dollars of property transactions.

Lee’s focus is on North Waikato, a region he knows well, having been born and bred there, spending his early years on a dairy farm in Kaihere and educated at both Ngatea Primary and Hauraki Plains College. He is delighted to base his business where he has a strong connection with the people and the place.

After completing an Honours Degree in Food Technology at Massey University, Lee travelled the United Kingdom for five years. “Exploring, working, and playing rugby in both Scotland and England exposed me to eye opening experiences which have given me a broad perspective of people, culture and circumstance; key skills I now intend to develop and apply to my chosen career.”

“I feel privileged to join a team which includes some of the top salespeople in the country.”

Bayleys was an easy option for Lee after he was drawn home and became rapidly aware of the brand’s strong rural presence in the region. Lee’s scientific background made it easy for him to identify with the process orientated goals and the high expectations set by Bayleys and the methodical approach to achieving the best results possible for their vendors.

Having played sport his entire life Lee also identifies with the team environment within Bayleys and the social aspects of real estate. He knows that connecting with people for information and innovative approaches is paramount in maximising results for vendors. Communication is something Lee strives to excel at, ensuring vendors know exactly what is happening with their property and understanding each and every situation. “Not to mention using the biggest strength of every vendor; their knowledge of their property - no one knows a property better than its owner!”