I’m not one to talk about myself! But, it does pay to know a bit about who you are dealing with.

I started my career in 2003, in Narre Warren. I started at the bottom as a Sales Creator, prospecting for new business by telemarketing, door knocking, dropping brochures and networking. One of the hardest jobs in Real Estate. From there I worked at a sales assistant in the same office and then began working as a salesperson, after a lot of training and education. Back then, my director focused a lot on training and making sure that we were ready to list and sell. A lot of agents receive no training except for the basic coursework required to obtain the Agents Representative certificate require to legally work as an agent.

I worked in that same office in Narre Warren & Berwick as a sales manager for 12 years, before moving back to the Mornington Peninsula and managing an office in Frankston.

Over the years, I was continually asked why I don’t open my own office or run my own business. After much deliberation, 2 years ago, my wife and I made the decision to start our own business and work for ourselves.

Over the years, my wife and I have bought and sold several houses as well as renovating, developing and subdividing along the way. This hands on experience has given me both insight and expertise in being able to help my clients through the same processes along the way. In turn, I have managed projects for clients ranging from renovations, through to 2 lot subdivisions and multi unit developments, ensuring that their projects are completed on time and to a standard that is not only acceptable, but desirable to buyers.

These days, most of my business is obtained from past clients and referrals. The realtionships built with my clients has been invaluable and has made me just as many friends as it has clients.

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