Paul and Heather moved to the Bay of Plenty and the vibrant, growing city of Tauranga in 1987. With their three teenage children in tow they were attracted to the region by its warm sunny climate, unsurpassed surf beaches, and its proximity to the major North Island centres of Auckland, Rotorua and Taupo – all less than 2 hours away. Without regret they consider it to be one of the best decisions they have ever made!
Tauranga has so much to offer its residents, no matter what their ages or family circumstances. The city boasts a wide range of recreational facilities including not less than 6 golf courses, a sheltered harbour for boating, sailing and fishing, beautiful parks and reserves, excellent schooling from pre-school through to tertiary education, shopping malls and arcades, and numerous restaurants and cafes.
Within easy reach of the city are the ski fields of Mt Ruapehu, and world renowned trout fishing and water skiing on the lakes of Taupo and Rotorua.
The surf beaches of Mt Maunganui and Papamoa have been described as the Gold Coast of New Zealand – a long expanse of clean white sand, just 15 minutes from the heart of the city.
Married for over 30 years Paul and Heather have enjoyed the challenges of a colourful and varied background – from the more staid occupations of legal secretarial work and law enforcement, to craft pottery – a letting loose of their creative instincts in a lifestyle reminiscent of the 1970's.
However, for more than half of their married lives together, Paul and Heather have been employed in "people-centred" vocations involving teaching and counseling responsibilities. These years have been formative in the ethics and values they now bring to real estate marketing and their appreciation of the human dynamics involved in the buying and selling of property.
They are enjoying the challenges of their real estate business and are committed to providing service to their clients which is second to none.