About Mark Owers
I believe in good old fashioned hard work and laughter along the way.
“What a privilege it is for me to have built an award winning business based on helping people achieve or move on with their dreams.”
With a keen and knowledgeable eye for design and architecture, Mark’s passion was always going to be real estate. He appreciates that every property is unique and requires an individual approach when marketing to achieve an excellent result.
Mark began his real estate path 20+ years ago, selling in Herne Bay, Ponsonby and Grey Lynn areas. Mark then moved to Titirangi and has sold properties out West ever since. He firmly believes there is a buyer for every property and it is Mark’s job to leave no stone unturned in finding the right purchaser. Thinking outside the square has resulted in 98% sales success rate. Being well-known in the industry and focusing on building long-term relationships with clients, many refer family and friends to Mark to sell their properties.
Mark is very proud to have successfully marketed and sold the “Brake House” in Titirangi, which is the most awarded contemporary home in the Southern Hemisphere. He also broke all records with a sale price of $1.8m in 2006 for a lifestyle property in Oratia, West Auckland.
When Mark heard Mike Pero was starting a real estate company, he started doing his homework and the more he looked into the opportunity, the more it felt right. Mark initially opened an office in Te Atatu, West Auckland but has since moved to Northland where he is living the rural dream with his partner out from Dargaville on the wild west coast. Mark is now listing and selling residential and lifestyle properties in Dargaville, Baylys Beach, Ruawai, Paparoa, Maungaturoto, Pahi and surrounding areas of the Kaipara.
In his spare time, Mark enjoys time with family and friends, art, motorsport, architecture and design, gardening, swimming, fishing, walking the dogs and exploring the gorgeous west coast beaches. We are so lucky to live and be surrounded by so much beauty in this unspoiled part of New Zealand says Mark.