Melaney Kuper

(B.ApplSc(RVM) Dip.Urb.Val)

Registered Valuer

929 2888
021 346 488
melaney@sheldons.co.nz

Based at the South Auckland Office, Melaney undertakes residential and lifestyle valuations throughout the Papakura, Takanini and Franklin areas.

Melaney began her career at Sheldons in 2002 after graduating from Massey Palmerston North with a Bachelor of Applied Science (majoring in Rural Valuation and management) together with a Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Valuation. Specialising in commercial and industrial valuations on the North Shore, Melaney gained registration in 2007.

In 2007, Melaney left Sheldons to work for Colliers International specialising in commercial and industrial within South Auckland. She returned to Sheldons in 2012.

Melaney has resided in the Franklin area for over 8 years and her interests outside of valuation include horses, snow boarding and social soccer together with managing her blueberry orchard.

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Sheldons Property Valuers Auckland Wide

Use the phone numbers below to contact a property valuer in your region.

  • North Shore
    +64 9 486 1661
  • Central
    +64 9 929 2888
  • West
    +64 9 836 2851
  • South
    +64 9 276 1593
  • Hibiscus Coast
    +64 9 426 2661

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Quality Assurance

The Property Institute has launched a Quality Assurance Programme in response to a request for action by various parties including Banks and other stakeholders. Valuation companies may gain accreditation from the Institute once they have proven to independent auditors that the company has sound business processes and practices in place and that the valuations comply with the NZ and International Valuation Standards.

Sheldon and Partners Limited are pleased to announce that the external audit of Sheldons quality management processes has now been completed and Sheldons is the first company in the greater Auckland region to gain accreditation.

Embarking on the quality assurance process has been a very worthwhile exercise for Sheldons gathering together all their systems, information and processes which have evolved over the past 38 years as Sheldons has grown to have a total staff of 45 including 28 valuers covering the greater Auckland area from Puhoi to Pokeno.

We have found the analysis, clarification and documentation of our business practices to have been a useful tool in communicating these goals and objectives to our staff, clients and stakeholders. We believe implementation of the QA process put Sheldons in a strong position for growth propelled by excellence in service and product.

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