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  • Photo of Bread and Butter

    Bread and Butter

    Bread and Butter LJ Hooker Narrabeen’s Grant Matterson started out as a baker, but when the time came to change roles, fate ensured he got his start in real estate.

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  • Photo of Holly Komorowski – growth and gratitude

    Holly Komorowski – growth and gratitude

    What's your most memorable moment/career highlight for 2019?It is difficult to identify just one moment or highlight. The year has been full of affirmations and amazing experiences. I am most proud of the culture that is home.byholly. I believe culture stems from the top and I foster culture leading by example. I embrace my team…

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  • Photo of Video of the Week – Why so serious?

    Video of the Week – Why so serious?

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  • Photo of Cathy Baker – Building relationships over counting transactions

    Cathy Baker – Building relationships over counting transactions

    What's your most memorable moment/career highlight for 2019?My most memorable highlight from 2019 was being offered the Belle Property Franchise and Belle Property Escapes Franchise for the entire Central Coast Region. This, coupled with getting to spend a week on Necker Island with Richard Branson at a leadership conference, changed my life. What's the biggest…

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  • Photo of Sally Cameron- Changing with the market conditions

    Sally Cameron- Changing with the market conditions

    What's your most memorable moment/highlight for 2019?I have had some very memorable sales this year, but the most noteable is when I was showing a Singapore-based family through a beautiful home in College Park at 7.30 am on a Sunday. The family left, and as they drove off the next-door neighbours backed out of their…

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  • Photo of Jeremy Wilkinson- More than  successful sales

    Jeremy Wilkinson- More than successful sales

    What's your most memorable moment/highlight for 2019?I know it’s not about the dollars, but for 10 years my BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) was to crack $1 million GCI. I went over this by $250. What's the biggest thing you've learnt this year?On the back it not all being about the money, it’s really important…

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  • Photo of Betty Ockerlander – systems and sales

    Betty Ockerlander – systems and sales

    What's your most memorable moment/highlight for 2019? I think my career highlight for this year was winning the REINSW Sales Agent of The Year. I was humbled to receive it, especially as I was up against such tough competition. I was lucky to have my team with me too, which felt amazing. They play a big…

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  • Photo of Building FOMO in your listing presentation: Kurtis Pirotta

    Building FOMO in your listing presentation: Kurtis Pirotta

    Video Length 43 minutes 12 seconds What you'll Learn In This Lesson: The three big ideas: Win more landlords, find more tenants and use technology better to influence customer expectations Why landlords are appointing real estate agents to look after their investment How to attract a high number of potential tenants Using technology effectively to…

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  • Photo of Time management in PM: Heidi Walkinshaw

    Time management in PM: Heidi Walkinshaw

    Video Length 29 minutes 40 seconds What you'll Learn In This Lesson: The time management ‘myth’ demystified The art of ‘me' management How globalisation and technology have changed us: by creating a state of hyper-awareness, creating high levels of stress, and the multitasking myth How to identify bad behaviours that slow you down Analysing your…

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  • Photo of Maria Carlino: Adrenalin rush

    Maria Carlino: Adrenalin rush

    On getting into real estateMy father had decided to sell our family home and invited a local real estate agent to value our home. I was only 16 and it was the first time I’d met a real estate agent and they were lovely. As we walked through our home, he was personable, interesting and…

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  • Photo of William Pereira: THAT sale

    William Pereira: THAT sale

    On getting into real estateFrom my early teenage years I knew this was going to be my path. From about 13 years old I used to read the Inner West Courier every week and was fascinated to see what homes were available on market at the time. I followed agents/agency profiles and was always interested…

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  • Photo of Jacqui Walker: Second career

    Jacqui Walker: Second career

    On getting into real estateI started my career in real estate when l was 50. After a successful time in business it was time to sell that business and the only other career l thought l would really enjoy is real estate. Without mentioning this to anyone, I was in a discussion with the famous…

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  • Photo of Ronald Kissell: Hammer hat-trick

    Ronald Kissell: Hammer hat-trick

    On getting into real estateAs a young boy growing up in Bathurst, I loved the energy and pace of the cattle auctions and knew one day I wanted to be an auctioneer. As it turns out I actually started off as a butcher and quickly recognised that people appreciated a strong customer service ethic. After…

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  • Photo of Maggie Petrie: Fake it till ya make it

    Maggie Petrie: Fake it till ya make it

    On getting into real estateMy marriage had just ended and I found myself with three children to support on my own. I got my first opportunity by way of a three-month contract as PA to two guys just starting out. Their partnership didn’t last but the director of the company offered me the BDM role…

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  • Photo of Harry Ponting: Hard work pays off

    Harry Ponting: Hard work pays off

    On getting into real estateThe opportunity came up once I had finished studies in Melbourne and returned home. A career that I had never thought was possible, but deep down always had a passion for. I have loved every minute of it so far. The happiest moment in my careerMy first-ever sale in real estate…

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  • Photo of Sarah Cincotta: Being resilient

    Sarah Cincotta: Being resilient

    On getting into real estateI have worked in real estate for more than six years. My friend actually encouraged me to work for her office as an assistant property manager. I was working full-time managing a retail store and studying to obtain my Agents Representative Certificate. After being an assistant property manager for three years,…

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  • Photo of Megan Van Hoeyen: Know every client

    Megan Van Hoeyen: Know every client

    On getting into real estateI think I chose real estate as a kid. My first memories include the unique houses that Mum and Dad nearly bought, so while still in high school I started creating connections. On graduation day I called the business owner of Ray White Shailer Park and arranged my apprenticeship. It took…

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  • Photo of Lisa Walden: The small things

    Lisa Walden: The small things

    On getting into real estateI was looking for a career change and thought I’d give real estate a go. Once I was licensed, I was addicted! The happiest moment in my careerBeing able to do what I love and include my husband and three children in a lifestyle that works for our family unit. The…

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  • Photo of Yvonne Furner: A perfect fit

    Yvonne Furner: A perfect fit

    On getting into real estateI chose real estate as it was a perfect fit with my extensive sales and business background. I was prompted by a home open I attended where the agent was unprofessional and not working in the best interest of the seller. I was infuriated by the lack of integrity of the…

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  • Photo of What does the future of real estate hold?

    What does the future of real estate hold?

    Tony Morrison has always loved to talk numbers. The Harcourts Tasmania and Victoria Chief Executive Officer has been in the profession 31 years. He oversees 82 offices, and Harcourts holds 25 per cent market share across the two states. The number 24 is also important for Tony – not only because it signifies the number…

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  • Photo of Warren McCarthy: Winning customer service

    Warren McCarthy: Winning customer service

    On getting into real estateI got drawn into a family business with my father in 1980, and eventually my brother joined us also. The happiest moment in my careerWorking in like-minded teams for the development of others. And, the joy from helping solve people’s problems and noting their appreciation.  The most memorable momentThis probably goes…

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  • Photo of Deb Stephens: Why you want to be a dinner party subject

    Deb Stephens: Why you want to be a dinner party subject

    On getting into real estateI was at a crossroad in my life and I had plans to move interstate in the weeks prior to applying for a job as a sales consultant at a local real estate office.  If I was offered the job, I would stay, if not, I would continue with plans to…

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  • Photo of Angela Limanis: Dancing in the street

    Angela Limanis: Dancing in the street

    On getting into real estateI chose real estate after we sold our little apartment and bought our first house. I loved the process and positive feelings I experienced during this time. I also received great energy from the agent and thought to myself, how great it would be to feel this energy all the time.…

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  • Photo of Stuart Legg: ‘Ruff’ day at the office

    Stuart Legg: ‘Ruff’ day at the office

    On getting into real estateReal estate was my only option at the time. I am glad it was, looking back! The happiest moment in my careerAwards and recognition are great, but when a lovely family purchases a home from another great family, we get to witness the best side of human nature and that is…

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  • Photo of Grant Matterson: Timely sale

    Grant Matterson: Timely sale

    On getting into real estateI owned a retail shop and people suggested I would be good in real estate because I was personable. The happiest moment in my careerI am always so happy when I am a part of someone buying a property or selling one, and it is especially satisfying when I am able…

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  • Photo of Neil Webster: Fulfilling dreams

    Neil Webster: Fulfilling dreams

    On getting into real estateI have a background in project management, so communication and relationship-building were already key components of my skill set. A few friends within real estate thought it would suit me and when the time came for a career change, they got me drunk and convinced me to do it. I’m glad…

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  • Photo of Dave Stewart: Valuable Lessons

    Dave Stewart: Valuable Lessons

    On getting into real estateI lived on the Gold Coast in my very early 20s and I had the time of my life but I was earning $30k a year and spending $60k! So when I made it back to Melbourne I needed a job that allowed me to earn good money with next to…

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  • Photo of Kylie Depledge: Working together

    Kylie Depledge: Working together

    On getting into real estateMy father-in-law spoke about me to an agent and before I knew it I was running his office daily as he mainly worked away at that time. The happiest moment in my careerThe happiest moments are helping people on an everyday basis. Especially people who have been through a terrible time…

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  • Photo of Gizzelle Powell: More than selling

    Gizzelle Powell: More than selling

    On getting into real estateOur Principal Phil Haley chose me. I was working at Australia Post and he was so impressed with my service that he asked me to give him a call if I ever decided to change career. It took him two years to convince me to accept the job but he said…

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  • Photo of Kate Fowler: Dress for success

    Kate Fowler: Dress for success

    On getting into real estateI had enjoyed a fantastic career in the hotel industry working for some of the world’s best brands, specialising in sales and marketing. Along my career path I was fortunate enough to have been promoted to a role within Australia, so I packed up in London having never been to Australia…

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  • Photo of Jon Snead: Making people happy

    Jon Snead: Making people happy

    On getting into real estateI had left my role as regional marketing manager with one of the big banks and decided to do something completely different. I spoke with five agents I knew through different people and after getting a very clear picture of what a career in real estate was going to be like,…

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  • Photo of Fiona Short: Customer service is key

    Fiona Short: Customer service is key

    On getting into real estateLiving in Busselton, which was a small seaside community at the time, there were many real estate agencies as it was the destination that everyone wanted a holiday home in at that time. It was something I thought I needed to be involved in. The happiest moment in my careerA nomination…

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  • Photo of Reece O’Brien: Importance of mentors

    Reece O’Brien: Importance of mentors

    On getting into real estateI always had an interest in real estate going back as far as the age of eight or nine, drawing floor plans with my late cousin. I wanted to try real estate as it appealed to me and after leaving school a few friends had been having some successes within the…

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  • Photo of Emily-Jane Megraw: Client relations expert

    Emily-Jane Megraw: Client relations expert

    On getting into real estateI purchased my first home at the age of 22 and it was an awful experience. I swore to myself on settlement day that I would get into the industry and make my mark. It was a lot of hard work. I worked for free at a rival agency for three…

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  • Photo of How to get the attention of the press with Guest Mentor Hannah Blackiston

    How to get the attention of the press with Guest Mentor Hannah Blackiston

    Video Length 24 min 55 sec What You’ll Learn: Owned, earned and paid media- how to publish newsworthy content on your platforms  How Hannah went from an acting degree to top tier journalist across major networks  Top three tips to help you decide on which news pieces to share with your audience How to make…

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