Top Real Estate Agent in Christchurch


Are you looking to sell your home in Christchurch? Having an honest, hardworking agent with all the experience and skills required is important for you to get a quick sell at the best price possible.

Jonny Nicholls is a fully Licensed REAA real estate agent, servicing the Christchurch residential market. He was recently awarded Platinum status at Harcourts and operates the number one franchise in the South Island. Jonny combines an unprecedented work ethic with tailored marketing plans for each of his clients – ensuring premium prices in the shortest time frame possible.

As a top real estate agent, Jonny well understands that selling a home is more than just listing it on TradeMe. He embraces cutting edge technologies and social media to ensure your property has the best exposure possible. He and his team are proactive in their processes to ensure buyers and vendors are receiving information fast and in real time.

Being still affected by the earthquakes of 2010 through 2011, Christchurch homes can be harder to sell or buy. Insurance regulations are tougher, especially if earthquake damage repairs have not been completed or settled. Jonny can help you to understand how this may affect you and your property.

If you are thinking of selling your home, get in touch with Jonny and his team and they’ll arrange for a free, no obligation, market appraisal of your unique property.

You can also view current homes for sell in Christchurch, check out Jonny’s guides to selling your home effectively, or the Grenadier guides to selling at auction.

Pictured below are Jonny and his amazing team:

For more information about selling your Christchurch home with a top real estate agent, call Jonny on 0279 593 979 or visit his website at

Anna Hayes


Anna Hayes

I'm a passionate Kiwi with a huge love for the outdoors, photography, sports, my kids, healthy living and everything New Zealand. I've worked for many years in the tourism and internet industry, and I love supporting clean green New Zealand.

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