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Scott Borland

Scott Borland

Lifestyle & Residential Sales Consultant
Licensed Salesperson (REAA 2008)
B 07- 823 0181
M 027- 486 4893

Scott Borland is no stranger to the world of lifestyle and rural properties, as he grew up on a dairy farm in Scotland.

Horses have been a huge part of his life and he is himself a talented horseman with a deep understanding of the requirements for a good equestrian property.

He topped his year at Dundee University in Scotland, completing a BSc (Hons) in Financial Economics and Statistics. Seven years of retail management with ASDA in the UK gave Scott a wealth of experience dealing with staff, customers and suppliers.

Scott has represented both Scotland and Great Britain in the Prince Phillip Cup Equestrian Mounted Games. After moving to New Zealand in 2004, he coached  New Zealand to win the World Championships in Mounted Games, twice.

Scott was a recipient of the PGG Wrightson Scholarship Scheme while completing his Real Estate Training.

He has also retrained and rehomed over 100 racehorses, holds a NZTB trainers licence and has showjumped to Grand Prix level.

Having worked in the equestrian world for so long, Scott has a solid database of clients throughout New Zealand and Australia.

2015/16 Awards PGG Wrightson Real Estate

No 1 North Island Lifestyle/Residential Sales 
No 2 Nationally Lifestyle/Residential Sales 
No 1 Auction Seller Nationally

2014/15 Awards PGG Wrightson Real Estate

Rookie of the Year
Top 20 Nationally Lifestyle/Residential Sales

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"After four months of pure agony with another real estate agent, the dashing young Scott Borland came into our lives. His honesty, professionalism and integrity are second to none.  He worked tirelessly to achieve the result that we were beginning to think was just a pipe dream.  He gave us new ideas on how to present our home for sale, even going the extra mile, offering to go shopping with us to buy the little knick-knacks to make it ...

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