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Introducing Keith Crawford  From Ray White MangawhaiIntroducing Keith Crawford From Ray White Mangawhai

Meet Keith Crawford – aka ‘Keith C’ as per his maroon Mercedes number plate! Unassuming but well deserved of ‘bragging rights’ after an exemplary real estate career spanning over 30 years! Now a Waipu resident and loving Waipu life, Keith is a perfect ambassador for Ray White with knowledge, ethics and loyalty as key attributes. Ray White, a truly international company with 1000 offices in over 10 countries yet with 4 generational family ownership, sits well with Keith’s view on life.

Fostering trust and loyalty, coupled with an ability to really listen to his clients’ needs has underpinned Keith’s success. His many ‘clients for life’ have referred him to their friends, and used his knowledge and skill at matching the right buyer for a property, many times over.

As for his new home, Waipu has over the past two months seen the Art n Tartan event – Congrats Richard Wilson! Winner of the Art n Tartan 2016 Supreme award with his ‘Tartan Flying Machine’, as well as the Tartan Bridge tournament. And not to forget, the weekly buzz of the Waipu Boutique Sunday market for those in town over a weekend. McLeod’s Pizza Barn continues to improve with awesome service and a great family ambience providing excellent family fare.

Ray White Mangawhai see’s Langs Beach, Waipu Cove and Waipu a natural fit for the many Aucklander’s venturing further and further north in their property search whether it be a weekend getaway or a more permanent retreat from the hustle and bustle of New Zealand’s largest population pool. Keith has a home office in Waipu, as well as the prominent modern office of Ray White in Mangawhai.

Look out for Keith, Ray White’s salesperson on the ground in your patch or even pick up the phone and give him a call, you can be assured when it comes to real estate results and getting your sold sign up, Keith is knowledgeable, committed and much more than a safe bet. 

McElwain Realty Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)

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