About Moses Mani
When people buy a new home, it is the beginning of something special in their lives. I take very seriously the part that I play in that moment for clients.
Prior to real estate, I worked for the Fijian government in various roles including human resources, marketing, sales and accounts. Customer service was the common denominator in all these fields, and before I moved on, I'd built up strong business skills that are of real benefit in the real estate industry. Communication, attention to detail and learning how to assess a client's situation, helps to build strong relationships and ultimately leads to a successful outcome.
I completed a Diploma in Management and a Diploma in Tourism Management and after moving to New Zealand, have worked in property. Property management, maintenance and finally sales - in just over two years I've sold 30 properties. It is record of which I'm particularly proud.
Working in the eastern and southern suburbs of Auckland, I know the area well and being a part of the local community for three years, I've built up a large network of contacts. My ability to work with people from many different backgrounds and cultures is enhanced by my fluency in not only English, but also Fijian and Hindi.
I enjoy working with sports groups and soccer is my game. I love to play (I've won lots of awards), and I love to coach too. Most recently I've been coaching my son's Junior Grade soccer team. Apart from soccer, I enjoy watching rugby, going for walks on the beach or in the bush, anywhere as long as I am outside in the beautiful fresh air. Oh, and I love fishing too.
I look forward to hearing from you. Ring me or call into the office for a chat.