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Kevin Turner

Kevin Turner worked in radio as General Manager of various east coast radio stations. He started in real estate in 1988 and was ranked in the Top 10 Salespeople in the state until he was appointed as State CEO 1992.
He operated a number of real estate offices as business owner and was General Manager of several real estate offices in Christchurch.
He now hosts a real estate show on Radio 4BC and a weekly podcast at He is the host of a daily 7 to 10 minute podcast show for real estate professionals at 

  • Getting the most when you sell Sep 19, 2017

    We talk about what influences property price fluctuations in a particular area but what will impact the price of an individual property? Kent Lardner from VIEW is the genius behind many of the desktop valuation models in Australia and he talks about how they can pick what will impact the price of your property.

  • Protection for new home buyers Sep 12, 2017

    Paul Corn is a building inspector but he's not just any building inspector. His company – – will come in and make sure that everything is okay prior to you taking over a property that you’ve just had built. This can be a bit of a minefield, having spoken to many people who have had some real big problems with builders and new buildings and what happens when they eventually move in.

  • Why I waited 20 years to buy a family home Sep 06, 2017

    Probably one of the first ‘rentvestors’ – Patrick Bright – tells Kevin Turner the story of how he waited 20 years to buy his family home but that was after accumulating 12 investment properties.

  • What we can learn from asking prices Aug 26, 2017

    In this podcast with Dr Andrew Wilson, we look at property asking prices nationally, and discuss what are we learning from the asking prices?

  • Real Estate ‘unmasked’ Aug 19, 2017

    Peter O’Malley has written a book about the changes in the industry and how agents need to mold what they do to meet those changes, the major one being digital disruption. Peter joins us to discuss the changes and the impacts we are already beginning to see.

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