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Colliers International Tourism Sales team based in Queenstown provide industry-leading services throughout the Otago and Southland regions.
Our brokers are degree qualified and specialists in the tourism & business property sector providing leading sales service with the knowledge, experience & track record needed to achieve the best results for our clients.
Our tourism team consults on tourism assets and developments across the South Island, negotiating circa $100 million of tourism assets in the last year. Using a business broker allows you to focus your time on running the business and maintaining and increasing sales, meaning you don’t have to take your eye off the ball.
Steve has over 22 years of knowledge and experience in the New Zealand property market, the last 10 years of which have been based in Queenstown, involved in the resort development and tourism sector.
Areas of specialisation include brokerage and consulting on tourism assets, along with development opportunities. Steve works in combination with Barry Robertson at Colliers International Queenstown, brokering and consulting on tourism assets and developments across the South Island.
Steve is a member of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ).
With over 40 years' property experience, the last 30 of which have been focused around the Wakatipu Basin, Barry is one of Queenstown's most experienced property professionals..
In 1985 Barry established himself in Queenstown, specialising in valuation and tourism properties ranging from motels/motor inns to 200+ room hotels and golf courses.
Barry established the Bayley's Real Estate franchise office in Queenstown in 1999, and over the ensuing decade brokered some of the largest commercial and tourism sales in the region (totalling over $250m).
Joining Colliers International in 2013, Barry works in combination with Steve McIsaac at the Queenstown office, brokering and consulting on tourism assets and developments across the South Island.
Barry is an Associate of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) and a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).