Over many years’ the company has been considered one of the leading businesses in the Upper South Island and has consistently featured in recognition and awards within the Ray White network across New Zealand.
Christine Cook, General Manager for Baldwin & Brown, said that the ongoing partnership with Ray White continues to be highly valued by both parties. She said, “We are able to grow our business in alignment with the initiatives of Ray White, particularly around family values and customer experience.”
Brent Sturm, Co-Owner with Christine Cook and Grant Chaney, said “Ray White provides a great platform for us to continue to be successful, with our whole team engaging with Ray White systems. It gives our business a level of attraction that gets great outcomes for clients.”
Jane Meyer, South Island Regional Manager for Ray White, said that the Richmond office of Baldwin & Brown has always been one of the top performing in the area. “The leadership and the way the business has engaged in client care has seen extraordinary results achieved year-after-year.” She went on to say that Grant Chaney, who manages the Nelson office, has been able to provide his team with significant growth opportunities. These include the new purpose-designed premises in Nelson that will be ready to move into from mid-April.
Ray White Nelson and Ray White Richmond who trade as Baldwin & Brown feature as one of Ray White’s foundation members. The business has sold over $1 billion worth of real estate collectively and continues to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction through the Ray White net promoter score.
If you’re in the area and like to visit these offices, you can find Ray White Richmond at 257 Queen Street, Richmond and Ray White Nelson at Level 1, 218 Trafalgar Street, Nelson.