One of Western Australia’s top real estate agents and recently crowned REIWA Grand Master for 2021-2022, Jarrod O’Neil, has joined The Agency.
Mr O’Neil, who started with The Agency this week, has hit the ground running, already selling a property and managing a further 11 listings centred in the Padbury region.
His addition follows hot on the heels of Jon Wood and Jason Jowett, who also recently joined the national network.
In the past financial year the trio have sold a combined $90 million worth of properties in Perth’s northern coastal suburbs, with Mr O’Neil closing more than 75 sales.
Mr Jowell has sold more than $7.2 million worth of real estate since joining The Agency in late October.
“It’s fantastic to be working together again with Jon and Jason, who are outstanding colleagues with an unrivalled understanding of the northern coastal region,” Mr O’Neil said.
“After looking at the quality of the team and receiving exceptional feedback from the guys about The Agency’s unprecedented support – with the business operating a centralised office to handle admin work rather than a series of franchises – I decided to take the leap.
“I am personally thrilled to be a part of The Agency’s Australia-wide operations and I am even more pleased to be able to have a sale within my first week.”
Mr O’Neil said it was certainly possible to sell property over the Christmas period.
“I have buyers desperate for good homes and the Perth market remains in a very good place,” he said.
The Agency General Manager Stuart Cox said he had worked with Mr O’Neil in the past and had tremendous respect for his client-focused approach to real estate.
“I’m rapt to be working with such a talented agent again and with the addition of both Jon and Jason we have an emerging centre of excellence along the northern coastal strip of Perth,” he said.
The northern coastal region continues to perform strongly in the Western Australian market, with annual REIWA data showing a 15.7 per cent rise in sales growth in Padbury along with a median sales price rise to $683,000.