Surrounded by virtual sales and million-dollar medians, Mark Rosati is embarking on a fresh new opportunity under the Richardson & Wrench brand – right where he began his real estate career in 1990.
While the banner above the door has changed, Mr Rosati’s own name has long been synonymous with selling property on the Lower North Shore.
“I’ve been here since the early 1990s, and been around in the business even longer than that and I think that right now is the most incredible time in the property market,” he said.
I’ve never seen a market like we’re seeing today, but I know that it won’t last forever.
“That’s why I wanted to make a change for my team and for our future. I’m feeling really positive about what’s to come.”
Mr Rosati added that with the brand move to Richardson & Wrench he hoped to make a raft of other changes to the landmark business.
With the group’s progressive marketing and technology tools, as well as guidance from the specialist corporate team, Mr Rosati said the positive shift would future proof his agency.
“I’m keen to expand on the property management side of the team and just keep growing,” he explained.
“I know that with the support of the Richardson & Wrench group behind us my team will be able to get the continued training and education that all successful real estate businesses need, especially during these ever-changing times.
Richardson & Wrench Head of Brand and Network Strategy Amanda Ward said it was not a coincidence that agents and offices continually returned to the brand.
She said it speaks to the company’s family-style culture and robust franchise offering.
“We love welcoming people back, it tells us we’re running our business the right way and that the provision of services and support we provide is unparalleled,” Ms Ward said.
As an integral part of the fabric of the Crows Nest community, Mr Rosati and his experienced team of sales agents and property managers, have become a trusted part of the local landscape.
As buyer interest has soared throughout the Lower North Shore market over recent years, the agency has grown with increased demand.
A self-described “straight shooter” Mr Rosati said he has seen many agents and agencies come and go as markets boom and plateau, but he believed his success and longevity has been a result of hard work, honesty and communication.
“It’s crucial you have a knowledgeable team working with you, and the support of a great network as the market moves,” he said.
“I feel like the backing that Richardson & Wrench can give us, as well as our clients, confidence moving forward.”
Mr Rosati has garnered a reputation for being one of the most down-to-earth and respected real estate professionals in the competitive Lower North Shore market.
His numerous returning vendors and solid track record of achieving strong sales results is a testament to his success.
Passionate about property and his local neighbourhood, Mr Rosati said what he enjoyed most about working in the area was its diverse range of properties and people.
“Our local area is home to every type of property from grand historic mansions to modern one-bedroom apartments,” he said.
“This diversity means on any day we’re dealing with a variety of clients from those looking for a dream home to investors.”
Since establishing the Crows Nest agency in 1991, Mr Rosati’s team has proven to be one of the most in-demand agencies in the area.
With a successful sales team and a strong property management arm, Richardson & Wrench Crows Nest is now operating across Artarmon, Crows Nest, Cammeray, Greenwich and St Leonards.
In a new age of buying and selling homes, the new look Richardson & Wrench Crows Nest is committed to providing buyers, sellers, investors and tenants an unparalleled level of customer service from day one.