Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Introducing Sarah Turner

Sarah Turner is Duane Turner's wife & business partner. Together they own Waitakere Building Inspections services and are trading as A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections Waitakere & Surrounding Areas.

Sarah has been involved in the real estate business from an early age when her Mother first became a real estate agent working for the West Auckland branch of Allen's Real Estate which was taken over by Ray White Real Estate.

Sarah first became a weekend receptionist for the Te Atatu Peninsula Allen's Branch. She worked in many Ray White branches including New Lynn, Henderson, Westgate and Te Atatu Peninsula. She worked on weekends for many years and also worked during holidays while studying towards her Bachelor's Degree in Science majoring in Chemistry from The University of Auckland.

Sarah taught science and chemistry at Avondale College for several years before becoming personal assistant to John Goodrum long time Elite member of Ray White Real Estate. She has worked alongside John listing and selling real estate during this time, and has her real estate salesperson certificate.

Sarah still assists with John's real estate business but she has put her salesperson's certificate on hold so that she can assist John in running his new building inspection company: A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections. Sarah is the New Zealand Operations Manager and also owns the Waitakere unit franchise with her husband and building inspector Duane Turner.

Sarah is working towards her home inspection qualification so that she may assist her franchisees both on and off site. She brings to this business a wealth of Real Estate knowledge and a tremendous level of marketing knowledge and administration skill.

She can't believe what an exciting industry the home inspections is and is very happy to be involved in multiple facets of this fast emerging industry.    

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