Pahiatua

Colliers | Pahiatua

125 Main Street, Pahiatua, 4910 New Zealand
 

Colliers International's Pahiatua office covers the Tararua region, which is home to a vibrant rural industry. The team specialise in rural and agribusiness, providing comprehensive rural and agribusiness property services.  

The office is also centrally located to access the rich rural and agribusiness regions of the Hawke's Bay, Manawatu and Wairarapa and works collaboratively with Colliers International offices based in these areas. 

We have an expert team of rural and lifestyle brokers, all who have first-hand experience of farming in the area. Our mission is to provide the best possible service and expertise to maximise the value of our client's property. We listen, communicate and endeavour to leave no stone unturned to achieve the best possible result for your property.

With the backing of an international company we can offer our clients rural, lifestyle, and commercial expertise to provide an across the board of real estate services. We leverage the knowledge and experience of our people across the New Zealand market, whilst drawing on Colliers Internationals’ national and global market reach.

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