Sue Hall

"My reputation is your guarantee"

"Great company, great resources and great people. Sue has managed to sell our house within only the two month period we agreed upon. The sale became unconditional within seven days and Sue managed to keep our lovely tenant in place, as we had promised them. Great job! Thank you Sue and your team. "

- Mujiono family

" Sue Hall You've done it again Sue! Sold another home for us in a very professional manner, kept us informed throughout the process and done so in a caring way. We couldn't have asked for more. Thank you Sue!! "

- Sonny and Eileen
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About Sue


Born and raised in Wellington, Sue is a “Kiwi” through and through.  After experiencing the wild and windy city for 21 years, Sue moved to the mighty Waikato to be closer to her large extended family and friends.

Sue worked in a variety of jobs, both during her OE and in New Zealand, before finding where her true passion and calling was – In marketing and sales, where she excelled in every role she had.  Sue’s knowledge, skills, commitment and strong work ethic have contributed to her high level of business success today.

Sue is highly energetic, has an adventurous spirit and loves a challenge. Her interests are varied including, but not exclusive to golf, kayaking, scuba diving, water / snow skiing, swimming, jet boating, reading and spending time with family and friends.  Sue is active in sports and community groups and loves social outings and events.

Kind and generous of heart, Sue would give the shirt off her back if someone she came into contact with was in real need.  This caring nature is reflected in the honest and caring way she conducts her business today.  Nothing is too difficult to overcome – Sue is a go-getter and will make things happen both personally and professionally.

 

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KiwiBuild Revisited

Housing Minister Megan Woods has announced a reset of the KiwiBuild scheme. The target to construct 100,000 KiwiBuild homes in 10 years has been dropped. "We will be dropping the target of 100,000 houses over 10 years. It was overly ambitious and led to contracts being signed in places where there was little first home buyer demand", Woods said.

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Anglesea Street Te Koopuu Mural Project

Hamilton is about to get a mural, and you could be the one to paint it. If you're keen, it might pay to put some time aside - The mural is set to be 11 metres high and 248 metres long - Potentially New Zealand's largest.

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Ugly Duckling? Not Anymore!

During the 1970’s, the Hallensteins Clothing Company built their new premises at 391 Victoria Street. The style of the structure and the colour scheme may have been on trend back then, but in later years, the building became arguably Hamilton’s ugliest building.

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Construction to start on Rotokauri Transport Hub

Construction of a Rotokauri public transport hub expected to cater for 30,000 passengers a month will start next month. The hub will be a combined bus and rail public transport facility, and will include a pedestrian link across the rail line to The Base.

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First Stage of Tristram Precinct

In just over a week, the first stage of the new "Tristram Precinct" will celebrate it's launch by opening the doors of a brand new, central city Kmart store. Next Thursday, the 29th of August, signals the opening and it is set to be celebrated with entertainment and giveaways.

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