Stephen Theobald
Loyal Realty Ltd MREINZ
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson (REAA 2008), Member of the REINZ
About Stephen Theobald
Stephen Theobald Experience, Integrity & Community. Team work is more than just a phrase to Stephen and Debbie, it’s how they live their lives. Being a driving force behind their local Harcourts office, the aptly named Loyal Realty office, continues to be an example of Real Estate excellence and is recognized nationally for its success. Following an injury whilst a Station Officer in the Fire Service at City Station, Auckland, Stephen joined Real Estate in 1988 where he quickly assumed management roles but never lost his desire for service. Responsible for training and mentoring many highly successful sales people and twice taking his office to #1 in New Zealand, Stephen along with Debbie and now including their son, Austin have time to dedicate themselves to selling once again. Stephen is without question the most experienced Auctioneer in the area and has a reputation for achieving outstanding results often with record sales prices. Having lived all her life in the district Debbie’s banking background and local knowledge are also useful attributes when it comes to making Real Estate decisions. Heavily involved in the local community over many years Stephen is a multiple past President of the Waimauku Lions Club, a Melvin Jones Fellow and a recent nominee for New Zealander of the Year. Proud parents to 4 adult children Stephen & Debbie live on a lifestyle property and are well known for their motorcycling exploits especially in the USA. Along with fellow business owner Bob Howard and the experienced, diverse and long serving team backed by Harcourt's Local, National and Global reach the Kumeu Office is held in high regard by Clients, Colleagues and the Community. Stephen and Debbie’s passion and commitment for Real Estate and the area they live in is well known and entrusting Real Estate decisions to them will give you, whether buying or selling, the benefit of their experience and integrity.
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