Introducing

Hamish McKay

Licensee Salesperson
Ray White Epsom

Hamish Mckay has the same easy, affable manner in person that makes him a New Zealand media favourite. For more than a quarter of a century, Hamish has been gracing our screens as TV3 host, director of rugby and sports reporter. He maintains a regular weekend radio program at RadioWorks. 
Quick to put people at ease, he understands that people are at the heart of every real estate deal. And people are the part of the business he likes the most. 
Buying and selling homes are emotional decisions, and Hamish relishes the opportunities to help families realise their dreams or, at least, their next steps. Without fanfare or fuss, Hamish seeks to know you, understand your property and negotiate the best deal on your behalf. 
When not working, Hamish is a hands-on dad, husband and active member of his community. He is a regular on the side of the rugby field, at his local clubs and MCs a number of events for charity each year. Quite simply, he is one of the good guys. 

 


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Testimonials

J&K

We were looking for a professional that was trustworthy and reliable, someone that would listen to us and fit in with our ideas and requests as to how we wanted our family home marketed. We found Hamish more than filled these requirements and therefore would highly recommend him. Hamish got us the great result which we were extremely happy with. Thanks Hamish!

Sarah & Andy Sinclair

We found Hamish to be honest, genuine in his feedback and hardworking in his approach to getting a result. We would recommend Hamish to anyone who wants integrity as the cornerstone of their agent/seller relationship.

Dave Hughes

We met Hamish at an open home a year before we decided to sell. We liked how Hamish worked so when we decided to sell we gave Hamish a call – he made the process easy. The result was excellent as well, sold before auction day. Would recommend talking to Hamish when you are selling.