Kevin Turner

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 

  • No doubt home styling helps sell a property quicker and maybe also for a better price but how easy is it and is it worth the investment to get a professional? Melanie Grace says it is and she tells us what turns buyers on and off and gives an example of the value of NOT doing it yourself. read more

  • Now you can now choose which auctions you would like to be livestreamed. Co-founder of Gavl, Joel Smith explains read more

  • In 2004, when Richard Pan held a position at a major bank in Sydney, he believed he was living the dream. Work, save, retire – then one of the world’s most famous business books changed his life, but if he had known what it was about he would never have picked it up. read more

  • The power of negotiation is what sets agents (both buyers and sellers agents) apart. The skills of negotiation are something we can all use in our everyday lives – not only when we are buying and selling real estate. Cate Bakos has some tips. read more

  • New research released by the Property Investment Professionals of Australia has revealed the next city suburbs set to gentrify. Some of the hottest suburbs in Australia’s capital cities today are the ones gentrified over the last decade or two. Peter Koulizos from PIPA lists them for us. read more

  • I was delighted to receive a copy of a book written by Stuart Wemyss called Investopoly. He joins us to detail the eight golden rules to help you win at the game of building personal wealth. read more

  • Joining me to talk about the 20 largest significant urban areas around Australia is Jeremy Sheppard from LocationScore. read more

  • Time is running out for credit cards, iTunes, car parks, call centers, and service stations according to futurist Michael McQueen. As disruption continues to upend industries, to change employment opportunities, and alter the way the world communicates, what lies ahead for property. Michael gives us an insight. read more

  • Once we dig deeper, we find that even though a market may be slowing down a little bit – which are all the signs coming out of Sydney – there are markets within markets. And one of those we’re going to feature today in the show with Sydney buyer’s agent Michael Ossitt. read more

  • In this interview with Greville Pabst from WBP Group we discuss the increase in the number of properties being knocked over for reconstruction. read more