Costello Real Estate

Costello Real Estate

Getting the very best from the team

Costello Real Estate director and founder Sue Costello makes no apologies for expecting the very best from her team . . . and she gets it.

It’s a small but very passionate team at this six-year-old agency. Sue is backed by fellow saleswomen Dianne Wood and Violet Ngaira, with Lisa Daunton the office manager.

Sue, a 12-year-veteran of the industry, is always keen to welcome new people, but says anyone joining the company has to have the right attributes – honesty, integrity and trust.

“We love what we do, and that is very important to me,” says Sue, “and we always put people first.”

Costello Real Estate deals in residential, lifestyle and some rural properties.

Costello Real Estate

32 Score Road, Gisborne

buygisborne.co.nz

06 8688147

0275 868 000

Getting the very best from the team

Costello Real Estate director and founder Sue Costello makes no apologies for expecting the very best from her team . . . and she gets it.

It’s a small but very passionate team at this six-year-old agency. Sue is backed by fellow saleswomen Dianne Wood and Violet Ngaira, with Lisa Daunton the office manager.

Sue, a 12-year-veteran of the industry, is always keen to welcome new people, but says anyone joining the company has to have the right attributes – honesty, integrity and trust.

“We love what we do, and that is very important to me,” says Sue, “and we always put people first.”

Costello Real Estate deals in residential, lifestyle and some rural properties.

Costello Real Estate

32 Score Road, Gisborne

buygisborne.co.nz

06 8688147

0275 868 000

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