If you’re looking for a consultant with drive, passion, commitment and empathy to handle your next real estate transaction then Andrew Swift should definitely be on your short-list.
Having forged a very successful career as a sales consultant with Harcourts over 20 years Andrew moved out of sales and into management in 2005. Now a shareholder in two of Harcourts gold’s elite offices Andrew has once again returned to a sales and negotiating role with the award-winning Harcourts gold franchise group, and continues to operate throughout Canterbury and the West Coast in both the residential and commercial sectors.
A passion for outstanding customer service and his focus and attention to individual needs has earned Andrew an enviable reputation for success in the industry. His extensive database of prospective purchasers, current stock knowledge, innovative marketing strategies, and sales data is that point of difference that brings purchasers and properties together so efficiently and effectively. That means fewer disappointments and more positive outcomes.
If you are considering a residential or commercial sale, purchase, or leasing opportunity talk to Andrew today to discuss the possibility of working together to achieve your dreams.
While buyers and sellers in other parts of the country are grappling with title, LIM and finance clauses, if you’re transacting real estate in Canterbury at the moment you will also need to get your head around insurance provisions, EQC assignment, structural and geotechnical reports, classifications for land damage and the sale of uninsured homes.
A thorough working knowledge of the implications of what this all means is imperative when drafting sale and purchase agreements that offer protection for both parties, and accurately reflect what needs to happen for deals to confirm and ultimately settle. Getting it wrong can be a costly exercise. Everybody’s situation is different depending on the condition of their land, their dwelling, which company they are insured with, whether they have a preference to build or buy an existing home, and how accurately their rating valuation reflects market value if their land was damaged beyond repair. With the myriad of different factors in the marketplace it is certainly not a case of one box fits all. With more than 20 years of industry experience and a thorough knowledge of consumer, contract, agency and property law Andrew has the ability to write agreements that give you reassurance, protection and are enforceable.
Although he works Canterbury-wide his market dominance in eastern Christchurch has given Andrew the advantage of working closely with purchasers from the more damaged neighbourhoods.