Danny Woolbank is forging a new path with global real estate network RE/MAX to launch his own agency on the Gold Coast.
RE/MAX Property Centre opens at Broadbeach Waters in May.
Mr Woolbank has lived on the Gold Coast since 1985 and is well-known to many through his family business, the Southport Squash Centre, and his professional squash career.
A love of real estate fuelled a career change but now, with more than 14 years of real estate industry experience behind him and multiple sales awards, he is excited and confident about moving into ownership.
“It’s like a parallel to when I was a professional athlete and chose to buy, build and operate a successful squash business. After working for the one boss and good friend over the past 11 years it is time again to take control, and this time in the real estate industry.
“I want to build a team that has the same ethos as me and values a professional culture of sharing and supporting. It’s the challenge I’m ready for, and with the RE/MAX brand I have the massive benefits of a leading global network, but I can do it my way.”
Mr Woolbank welcomes enquiry from enthusiastic, customer-focused people interested in being on the RE/MAX Property Centre team.
“Our focus will be on the value we give our customers, knowing that leads to business growth, and our goal is to provide the ultimate real estate experience on the basis of building strong, trusting relationships,” he said. “I am looking forward to working with the team and being innovative in our dynamic industry.”
Joining Mr Woolbank at RE/MAX Property Centre’s launch are residential sales specialist KB Seo and administrator Cassie Owen.
RE/MAX Australia Franchise Director Joel Davoren welcomed Mr Woolbank as a RE/MAX broker owner.
“Opening RE/MAX Property Centre presented an exciting business opportunity for Danny and for our network, and RE/MAX is fortunate to welcome him.
“Danny is a talented sales agent with strong leadership qualities and business acumen, and he will build a productive team that is clearly focused on its customers,” Mr Davoren said.