Chris McLeod – A leader in Whanganui Real Estate
Chris is a local property owner, and has been involved in the local real estate industry for nearly 15 years. With many happy customers throughout the years, he is determined to carry on his good work, and make more customers and clients happy.
If you are contemplating a move to Whanganui, to enjoy our easy, yet modern lifestyle, or have recently arrived and are in search of that perfect home then, as a long time licensed agent for Ray White, you should make Chris your first port of call.
It’s not just about current listings but, based on his extensive knowledge of the Whanganui property market, Chris may well be able to advise you on homes that may be coming onto the market in the near future.
Chris is totally ‘sold’ on his home town and believes that Whanganui has the most beautiful central business district in New Zealand. He takes an avid interest in the history of “The River City”, especially the heritage of the beautiful Whanganui River and promotes its tourism and lifestyle to all his clients.
Through a professional career that includes importing and wholesaling, both people based businesses, Chris has high regard for customer satisfaction. With nearly 15 successful years in this business, Chris has earned the trust and respect of many satisfied customers and others in the industry.
Chris’s continuing goal in real estate is to help as many people as possible achieve their real estate needs.
Chris proudly supports Whanganui Riding For The Disabled and volunteers where he can, he loves the contact with the horses and assisting the children, and is on the Governance Board which is currently raising funds for the purchase of the land that the RDA has leased for a number of years.
A family man, Chris and his wife have a son, a daughter and four lovely granddaughters that they are both very proud of.
You can reach Chris on 027 232 7804 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2018/2019 - Executive
- 2017/2018 - Premier Performer
- 2017 - Executive Performer (NZ)