Welcome to Zoom Property Agents

Zoom Property Agents opened their doors in December 2016 and are a totally independent, innovative & high-energy, boutique real estate agency located in Ulverstone, in the heart of the highly attractive Central Coast of Northern Tasmania. Zoom Property Agents are owned and operated by Michael & Vanessa Baxter who together, have around 40 years of skilled experience in the real estate industry. As our Senior Rental Property Portfolio Manager, Vanessa specializes in Residential Property Management while Michael looks after Residential, Rural & Commercial Sales, Commercial Leasing and the overall management of the agency.


Thinking of selling or just wondering what your property is worth in todays market?
Eitherway we would love to help, so please call us for a no obligation discussion.


Looking for an experienced property manager or just like to know your property's rental value
Eitherway we would love to help, so please call us for a no obligation discussion.



Real estate agents are frequently asked by valued clients to refer an agent outside their service area to sell or manage one of their properties

With their client relationship at stake, the referring agent can spend days researching the skills and integrity of each agent

(A professional agent does not necessarily sell more properties than other agents, or vice versa)

The Referred Agency was created specifically for this

Membership is reliant on agents embracing professional real estate standards and the highest level of integrity



Whilst embracing high levels of integrity is fundamental in any successful relationship, great skills are essential to achieve the best out come

Real estate agents training is heavily focused on ‘how to win the next listing’

Referred Agency is focused on the agents skills and conduct specific work shops covering

- Art of negotiation
- Body language in sales
- Psychology in sales and marketing
- How best to handle objections

The Referred Agency always striving to be better

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