“Focusing on building lifelong relationships.”
– Peter Fitzhardinge
Guiding Clients from one dream to another
If you want a job done, you call a professional, if you want a job done well, you call the best. With natural, positive energy and the ability to relate to people from all walks of life, Peter offers the very best in exceptional professionalism and commitment.
With a passion for business development and a desire to deliver exemplary customer service, Peter started the South Island’s first Muffin Break in 1995 and, a little later, the first Jamaica Blue café in the South Island. These iconic businesses flourished under his leadership and management, and eventually Peter had a total of 37 skilled staff under his supervision.
Peter’s entrepreneurial flair and a long term love of real estate inspired him to change careers and his savvy business acumen and relaxed approachability has traversed easily into the Real Estate industry. Open communication, empathy, elite performance and the ability to inspire are key elements of Peter’s value proposition, and he derives particular satisfaction from exceeding his clients’ expectations in terms of service and results.
Personable and caring, and refreshingly easy to work with, Peter appreciates the enormity of responsibility involved when dealing with people’s most valuable assets and ensures that every element of the sales campaign is flawlessly and punctually implemented– his aim is to provide his clients with a streamlined, stress-free and enjoyable experience. If you want a real estate agent with a 30 year history in sales, and one who can obtain outstanding results and deliver consummate satisfaction, Peter is the consultant you go to when only the best will do.
“Peter has been and amazing consultant, he devoted so much time helping me searching tirelessly for the most suitable property. He always provided responses to my requests promptly while actively communicating with me with all relevant updates. I would not hesitate in recommending him to all your real estate needs” – Y. Huang