Property Representative Nick Hay is born and bred in Longford, Northern Midlands. He embodies the spirit of a ‘country bloke’ driven to work hard for his clients and provide ‘old fashion country service’ to the Northern and Central Midlands. A graduate of Bachelor of Business from the University of Tasmania in 2010, Nick was awarded a place in the Darley Flying Start International Student Programme in 2010. This programme award Nick with a Graduate Certificate in Management of Thoroughbred Horse Racing and Breeding which he graduated in 2012. Nick was imbued with a strong work ethic from a young age, his father working as a horse trainer and himself spending early mornings employed as a stud groom, stable foreman and farm hand. This is something which Nick still undertakes to this day; managing his passion and commitment to horses and thoroughbred industry to establishing himself as a successful property representative throughout the Northern and Central Midlands. Since transferring to Harcourts Northern Midlands in 2015; Nick has been able to implement the Harcourts technological and training provided to maximize communication with clients; both buyers and sellers. Via email, social media, print or an ‘old fashion’ phone call; Nick has been able to maintain the communication channel, provide honest feedback and be readily available for appointments. By servicing the Northern and Central Midlands; Nick enjoys the challenges faced with selling lifestyle and rural properties throughout this area; knowing every day is different and unique. From market appraisals; open for inspections and private inspections; Nick prides himself on his honesty and the time he takes to find out people’s personal stories: “We are regular people trying to help the public put a roof over their head and look after their family.” Indeed, despite his love of travel, Nick is continually pulled back home, to his apartment with maintaining his vegetable patch. “The Northern Midlands offices in Longford and Campbell Town help you remain personable and keep up good communication with the residents and general public in these towns”.