Total Realty Ltd
Tony Whalley has built a successful career on making sales. Twenty years working in this area has given him vast experience in dealing with people in all kinds of situations. Tony adapts quickly to the needs of his clients and enjoys getting the job done to a high standard.
Clients relate well to his genial, easy-going approach. They soon realize that he is a hard worker, determined to do his utmost to ensure that both vendors and buyers emerge satisfied from the process of buying and selling.
I like to keep the process as simple as possible so that it is stress-free for the clients.
Tony says. That means getting a good understanding of their needs early on, and then making sure there is open, honest communication along the way.
Tony is proud of his Christchurch connections. Born and raised here, he worked for 11 years as a Salesperson for a National firm before being promoted to a Management position, supervising 13 staff in Wellington. After eight years in the Capital he returned to his home patch and is relishing the opportunities that come his way in Real Estate.
Nowadays Tony is a keen boatie and fisherman, an average golfer and like most kiwi men, an armchair critic of all sports.
So if you are looking for a professional, experienced and easy-going Sales Consultant, give Tony a call today. He will be more than happy to discuss your real estate needs in confidence.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“Tony was very approachable and most obliging. Tony was genuinely interested in helping me achieve my objective.”
“We would like to say how we have enjoyed having Tony as our representative as we have found him very helpful, very through and very professional in his dealings with us. We will only be to happy to recommend him to anyone we know is looking for a real estate agent”.
“Tony listened, suggested and was happy to put in time. As a sales person myself, I found him competent, nudged me when I needed nudging, but was in no way pushy. I liked his style, reminded me of myself! Tony was thorough. I enjoyed the experience, I would gladly deal with him again.”