Ben Macky Board Member

Founding Wallace & Stratton in 2015 with a plan to revolutionise the real estate industry. We aimed to provide exceptional sale prices, and deliver first-class service, all while maintaining some of the most reasonable rates in the market.
We succeeded and then in 2023, a pivotal decision was made to refocus Wallace & Stratton’s business towards new builds, off-plan sales, and land transactions, propelling our successful nationwide expansion.

My journey spans over 15 years in sales, originating in Sydney under the mentorship of Ron Creevey, founder of Yuuzoo, and James Miller, the visionary behind Sumo Salads. Surrounded by highly motivated individuals, I absorbed their success attributes, paving the way for my own flourishing business career.

Here’s a snapshot of my professional background:

Former owner of one of New Zealand’s largest Real Estate Franchises.
Consistently ranked in the top 3% of agents within a major New Zealand real estate franchise.
Involved in the sales transactions of well over 700 properties.
Successfully sold properties for members of parliament.
Managed a 70 million dollar council subdivision, alongside several other projects for private developers.
Achieved the title of Number 1 Agent in New Zealand under 30 in both 2008 and 2009.
I firmly believe I am one of the best salespeople in New Zealand, evidenced by consistently achieving the highest sale prices for my clients. My success is driven by strategic marketing, presentation advice, and a profound understanding of the real estate process.

If you want an agency that specialises in the new home sector, with a knowledgeable team that is known as the best in the business, I welcome the opportunity to explain how we can assist you in achieving the best possible sale price, in the quickest timeframe for your developments.

 

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