As one of Harcourt’s largest international franchise, our offices contain over 200 staff made up of salespeople, alongside support staff and management teams across our 10 offices throughout the lower North Island.

Each of our offices are led by managers who strongly support their team and clients to ensure that the greatest success can be reached for vendors and agents alike.

Harcourts have been helping clients since 1888. We provide a full range of real estate services both locally and internationally, and our award-winning teams are amongst the best in the industry. Whether you are looking for the right real estate professional to assist you in achieving the best possible results, or looking to expand your real estate career, we can help.

At Harcourts, we aim to make the process of selling your home as straightforward as possible.

Whilst the proud legacy of Harcourts goes way back to 1888, our focus is firmly on the future and continuing to offer our clients with the highest levels of personal and professional service, while achieving the best possible results.

When buying or selling real estate, renting or if we are managing your investments, we will provide you with all the expertise you need, and more. Our global presence gives us the benefits of a wide referral and marketing network as well as the expertise of local professionals who have a deep knowledge of the areas where they live and work.

By working collaboratively with our clients, we can share information and ideas and develop strong relationships that drive results today and in the future.

Why choose Harcourts?

Our award-winning brand, offices and Harcourts team members are proud to be continuously recognised for our commitment to providing the finest experience in real estate.

Our accolades include being voted NZ’s most trusted real estate brand ten years in a row. Thank you NZ for your support, we are proud to be serving you since 1888.

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Harcourts Team Group operates out of
11 offices throughout the Wellington region.