NZ owned and operated

South Bay of Plenty Building Inspections

Covering Manawahe, Whakatane, Kawerau, Murupara, South Bay of Plenty and surrounding areas.

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Marty Regan

Bay Wide Property Services Ltd
trading as Betta Inspect It


  • Industry Qualified Inspector
  • Trade Certificate in Carpentry
  • Licensed Building Practitioner
  • NZQA Asbestos Awareness
  • NZQA Meth Screening & Sampling Assessor

0800 422 388

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Building Consultancy Services

Marty provides the full range of home inspection reports for his clients including: pre-purchase building inspections, pre-sale building inspections, Methamphetamine testing and Asbestos sampling.

“All our building inspection reports are produced electronically and accessed via an online link,” he explains. “We are able to complete them within hours of the site visit. They are written in plain English, include an easy-to-read summary, a traffic light “level of concern” rating system and lots of accompanying photographs.”

Like all of Betta’s home and building inspectors, Marty comes to the role with a wealth of practical building experience and is able to explain any aspect of his inspection and report.

About Marty

Marty has been in the construction industry for over 36 years, where he finished his apprenticeship with Wilcon Homes in the UK in 1988. Within a short period he had started Regan Construction and was involved in the major refurbishment of a listed building in UK.


In 2002 Marty emigrated to New Zealand with his family and settled in Whakatane and now lives in Manawahe. After hours he picked up the boxing gloves and opened a community-based box fit gym for all ages, which supported EBOP Life Education Trust. This led to Marty being the head coach for a local Fight for Life event in 2012.


In his spare time, Marty and his wife love to support the All Blacks. His love of rugby has found him travelling over the years for many of his children’s rugby games.

Regions covered

South Bay of Plenty
Whakatane, Manawahe, Kawerau