About Me

Paul Sissons’ professional multi-sector background in the world of sales, management and consultancy has set him up for a successful career in real estate where building strong working relationships with a broad range of people and having the ability to negotiate robustly is paramount.

Choosing to align his business with the proven and reputable Bayleys brand was a savvy decision. Paul is now a core member of the residential sales team with a Desk at the Bayleys Remuera office, but covering all of Auckland, and his clients benefit from the many market advantages that the Bayleys name brings with it.

With astute communication skills and a commitment to keeping his clients well-informed of market happenings and trends, Paul’s aim is to develop lasting connections with his client base who in turn will become advocates for his service offering based on the results he achieves.

For 13 years, Paul owned and ran hospitality operations in Christchurch and Auckland where his dedication to providing outstanding customer service saw him awarded two national hospitality awards. Previous experience as sponsorship manager for Lion Nathan, and sales careers with Lockwood Homes and the insurance industry confirmed Paul’s ability to perform under pressure and attain enviable results; traits that have transferred brilliantly into the competitive real estate arena. Paul also has a family background in building and development so he has a good grasp of property fundamentals.

Paul’s brother, Jonathan, has had a long and fruitful career with Bayleys and now manages the high-performing Mt Eden office. He recognised the qualities needed to be a successful salesperson in Paul and encouraged him into the industry.

Having previously travelled on tours to Australia and the UK as sponsor liaison manager with the All Blacks, life has now settled into a home-based rhythm. As the father of two young children, Paul is on the Pt Chevalier Primary School PTA which keeps him involved with their education at grass roots level and allows him to be connected with the school community.