Local knowledge meets best in class experience & skill.

iFindProperty is an upstart agency that has grown over 12 years to be the largest group of investment property buyers and sales specialists in New Zealand.

We help buyers understand how to make cashflow, equity, growth, location and value-add potential work in their favour, assisting with due diligence and building local teams like no other agency can.

If you are selling, in addition to open homes, viewing and marketing your property on New Zealand's largest property channels, why not get access to more than 10,000 property buyers by direct email? Contact us today.

Management, Admin and Customer Support

Maree Tassell Sales Manager & Owner
Licensed Agent REAA 2008
Nick Gentle Operations Manager & Owner
Kirsty Healey Relationship Manager
Dominique Hayes Relationship Manager
Heidi Nikora Executive Assistant
Michael Wang Office Administration

Whangarei

The northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland, Whangarei is benefiting from Auckland's expansion north, as well as promising developments around the port.

Penny King

Whangarei
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Auckland

New Zealand's economic and cultural hub, Auckland is home to more than 2 million people and that is just the beginning; the population is tipped to soar in the city of sails in the next 2 decades.

Shah Khambatta

Auckland
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008


Kunal Mehta

Auckland
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Hamilton

Hamilton is the regional capital of the Waikato and has a strong economy underpinned by farming, manufacturing, tertiary education and health. Being an hour south of Auckland doesn't hurt your prospects either.

Ben Meehan

Hamilton
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Tauranga

No longer just for retirees and bowls clubs, this slice of paradise is home to a rapidly growing, young and dynamic population, who enjoy the fabulous all year round lifestyle. 

Chris Sim

Tauranga
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Rotorua

The Bay of Plenty tourist town offers great lifestyle choices, with easy access to forests, mountains and lakes. The beach is only a short drive away. 


Kara Niles

Rotorua
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Tokoroa

This South Waikato town boomed during the forestry golden years and then fell on hard times in the 1990's. In recent years the region has turned around and is a popular living and investment choice for many.

Louise Lee

Tokoroa
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008


Wayne Dickson

Tokoroa
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Palmerston North

"Palmy" is at the heart of the Manawatū district and is the economic and cultural centre of the Manawatū-Whanganui region.

Simon Tavendale

Palmerston North
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Wellington, Hutt Valley and Kapiti

The coolest little capital in the world is no longer a secret, with strong employment and a buzzing city centre. The entire region has benefited from the capital city's growth in recent years.

Peter Ambrose

Wellington City
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008


Suzanne Taylor

Greater Wellington
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Christchurch

The economic hub of the South Island, Christchurch offers the population (and jobs) of it's North Island rivals at a lower price point. There is opportunity but is it important to buy through a trusted team.

Persephone Singfield

Christchurch
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008


Chris McKernan

Christchurch
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008

Dunedin

Underpinned by the prestigious Otago University, Dunedin is no longer just student pubs and damp, cold flats. The vibrant city has seen a population surge in recent years as home owners and investors alike have moved in.

Dean Horo

Dunedin
Licensed Salesperson 
REAA 2008