Goldfinch named Colliers’ top revenue earner
Greg Goldfinch, Industrial National Director at Colliers International, has been named the agency’s top New Zealand salesperson for 2018.
It is the second year in a row, and fourth year in total, that Goldfinch has been named Colliers’ top annual revenue earner.
Goldfinch’s Highbrook-based Auckland Industrial team has also been named Colliers’ top team of the year.
The team completed in excess of $1 billion worth of commercial property sales and leasing transactions in 2018.
The landmark $93 million sale of Foodstuffs North Island’s Auckland distribution centre at Roma Road, Mt Roskill, to Goodman Property was the largest single-asset industrial transaction in New Zealand.
The Industrial team also transacted two of the biggest design-build deals, for Waste Management and Foodstuffs.
Goldfinch’s achievements were recognised at Colliers International’s 2018 Auckland Awards, held earlier this month, where he received the ANZ Enterprise Award.
“Given the calibre of the people I work with at Colliers, this is a huge honour and I’m extremely humbled,” he says.
“I’m extremely proud of the Highbrook team. I’ve been hugely fortunate to lead such a successful, grounded bunch of like-minded individuals.
“I’m also massively grateful to our very loyal clients – we don’t take these relationships for granted and appreciate your continued support.”
Two other Industrial brokers were also recognised at Colliers International’s 2018 Auckland Awards.
Highbrook-based Director Jolyon Thomson was awarded MVP Brokerage, while Christchurch-based Director Sam Staite received a special commendation for his achievements in 2018.
Staite transacted the South Island’s largest ever industrial sale. The Castle Rock Business Park in Christchurch was purchased by Augusta Capital for $53.75 million.