Meet Terri Winder: Your Canterbury Real Estate Agent
Terri Winder is a Sales Consultant at Harcourts Grenadier specialising in the sale of new and existing homes across Canterbury. Prior to real estate, she worked in the construction and tech industry holding administration, account management, marketing, management and project management roles for international and national companies. Terri entered the real estate industry by joining her father, Bruce Winder, in driving a successful real estate business.
Why She Is Different
Terri is known for her outstanding client service, 24-7 availability, innovation, skilled negotiation, communication and having her clients best interests at heart. She believes strongly that it is not only her duty to represent her clients to the best of her ability, but also to educate them throughout every step of the process armed with top notch information and market insight, so that her clients make the best decisions possible. Terri is honest, hard working, tenacious and knowledgeable about the real estate industry, having worked with top agents at Harcourts.
“We devote ourselves to providing an exceptional client service before, during and after each sale. This starts with shaking their hand at our first open home to delivering their settlement gift on the successful sale”
She offers the following advice: “If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait until you hire an amateur. It is the process, not the promise of a price, that will get you a premium price in today’s market”
In Her Free Time
Terri loves crossfit and yoga, playing with her two Labradors, and spending time with her partner, family and friends.
She Believes In Giving Back
Terri is a firm believer in giving back and donates money from each property sale to a charity that is focussed on curing treatable blindness and improving health care services, education, and the environment in the Pacific regions. In addition, Terri founded the Selwyn Young Professionals which is dedicated to connecting young professionals and sharing knowledge within the Selwyn community.