Having been part of the Panmure real estate landscape since 1957, Barfoot & Thompson continues to grow alongside this thriving Auckland suburb.
Panmure lies at the foot of Mt Wellington, offering views of the Panmure Basin and a quick commute to Auckland city. The team at Barfoot & Thompson Panmure offers a long standing, dedicated team of real estate salespeople with a great deal of local knowledge.
Between them, they bring a variety of background skills to the table, from marketing to valuation, supporting one another and sharing their knowledge to the ultimate benefit of the customer. The team's diversity reflects that of the multicultural area they live and work in. They also have a strong family environment that matches that of Barfoot & Thompson itself.
Barfoot & Thompson Panmure also pride themselves on their property management division. Working hand in hand with our sales team, our rental team not only provide exceptional service managing and letting properties, but they also ensure up-to-date rental values for the properties they manage, and those that the sales team list. Ably led by our Property Manager Rinku Sinha, we have a team of 4 portfolio managers plus administrative support to look after more than 500 properties.
Family owned and operated for over 90 years, Barfoot & Thompson are a well respected real estate brand who emphasise open communication and teamwork across all of their 77+ branches in Auckland and Northland. As a non-franchised agency, all 1,700+ salespeople work for Barfoot & Thompson, rather than individual franchises. This means they share information and listings, resulting in far greater reach and selling power.
Panmure is a constantly developing area that offers something for everyone - from entry level properties for first home buyers, to investment opportunities or beautiful, more expensive properties along the Tamaki River. There are a number of good local schools with a long established history, Sylvia Park (Australasia’s largest shopping centre) just up the road, and plenty of recreational opportunities on and around the Basin and Tamaki River.