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Peta Laery

Peta Laery

Enthusiastic with loads of energy, Peta lives by the saying ‘never miss a dogfight’. This means she’s there to take whatever opportunity may present itself, something she has done from an early age and has helped her through her career.


Peta is an active and competitive high achiever with a strong background in sales, hospitality and project management. These skills have helped enable her to be a consistent top performer in the real estate industry.


Over the past 17 years, Peta has worked with three well-known real estate brands and has learnt what works and what doesn’t when marketing and negotiating transactions on properties. Her clients say of her that she is hardworking and loyal, she listens and cares about their needs, and she’s trustworthy. Peta works across a broad section of the market with many repeat customers. She has strong relationships with private investors, tenants, corporate and institutions.


As a sales and leasing broker, she understands all sides of a transaction and can add value where many others wouldn’t see it. Peta says she feels very privileged to be invited into people’s lives where she gets an intimate insight into what drives them.


Active in the community, Peta is the Kristin Junior School Parent Liaison Coordinator, and she is a mentor with the Big Brother, Big Sister Organisation. When she is not working, you’ll find her travelling, learning to speak Chinese, boating, tramping and if there is snow, she’ll be in it.

  • More than $160 million in real estate transactions
  • Over 17 years of successes and experience in the commercial and industrial property market in Auckland
  • Strong relationships with multi-national and local organisations, property developers, investors, tenants
  • Range of experience in both commercial and industrial sectors and skilled in leasing, investment sales, plus managing vacancy and occupation strategy
  • As at 2018 involved in over 78 sales transactions and 56 leases
  • Licenced Real Estate Salesperson (REAA 10016005)




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