Delivering You The Finest Experience

When you need to get the job done, you call in the top performers. And the recent sale of 5 Woods Lane is an outstanding example of why working with the best delivers the best results.


With a career spanning over 20 years and a consistent top performer, Megan Osborne is known for her dedication to client satisfaction, taking home the national Harcourts Client Experience Award for 2022/23. Working with Jaiden Direen, who knows what’s it’s like to deliver results and ensure properties stand out to buyers, they’re Harcourts Queenstown’s Number 1 team for a reason.


Taken over from another agency, in just 34 days on the market, this holiday-home complete with 365 days’ visitor accommodation resource consent, stunning lake and mountain views and less than 4km from Queenstown International Airport, was a hot property. The Osbornes presented multiple offers to their vendors, resulting in an agreed backup offer behind the initial agreed offer. The SOLD signs went up, much to the delight of vendors and buyers.



Megan and Jaiden’s campaign delivered 26 enquiries, generated national and international interest, and had 7,000+ online listing views. The pair received glowing testimonials from buyer and seller.


The expat Kiwi buyer, based in the US, says Jaiden was “superb to work with.”


“He looked after us so well every step of the way. He was very knowledgeable, never hesitated to go the extra mile for us, and I’d have no hesitation in recommending him to friends and family.”


The seller, meanwhile, was equally effusive about Megan’s skills, praising her “honest, efficient advice” and very proactive communication.



“Megan was on the mark with marketing the property, it was excellent,” she says. “She has a fabulous personality and went above and beyond with very detailed weekly updates that were very helpful for us in understanding the current market. We can’t speak highly enough of her.”


Megan says the new buyers plan to use their new home as a holiday home and love the views and proximity to town.


“The higher end of the market is still moving very well, not affected by interest rates and very much seeing value in buying in Queenstown,” she says.