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Worth the ‘leap of faith’, says One Agency principal after placing in top 50

12 September 2018 Tim Neary
Lindy Harris, One Agency

After working as an agent for 12 years, One Agency’s Lindy Harris felt it was time to do things her own way. Now she has placed in the 2018 REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate, which she says has been the icing on the cake — and proof that it was worth taking that leap of faith.

Ms Harris is the owner and principal of a One Agency business in regional NSW. She is ranked 49th in the REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate and had the third-highest sales volume at a remarkable 158 residential properties sold.

“It’s great to be recognised, but nothing is more satisfying than seeing that success filter through to my clients,” Ms Harris said.


“It’s capped off what has been the most unbelievable year of my career.”

Mother of two, Ms Harris opened the One Agency office in Singleton three years ago. Since then she has been shortlisted as a finalist for Sales Agent of the Year – Regional category in the 2018 REB Awards, been a guest speaker at AREC 2018 and received a string of local business awards.

She employs a sales team of six along with three property management specialists.

One Agency Australasian head of membership John Stewart lauded Ms Harris’ overall performance.

“When you speak with Lindy, or hear reports of her well-regarded presentations at the like of AREC, it is never about the number of sales.

“She focuses on and enthuses about the community events, engagement with local causes, sports and cultural events and who and what her business is working with.

“So, it’s no surprise that Lindy’s sales volume is huge.”

One Agency founder and CEO Paul Davies said that it’s a great milestone for the rising network.

“It’s the first time one of our own members has made this prestigious list and we are absolutely thrilled for Lindy,” the CEO said.

“It’s testament to her dedication to service and sheer hard work in what’s been a very challenging market, with the mining industry only just beginning to recover in the region after a downturn in previous years.”

The ranking celebrates the industry’s leading women and recognises the contribution they make to the incredibly high-performance standards the industry demands of its top achievers.

Click HERE to see the full REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate ranking for 2018.

Worth the ‘leap of faith’, says One Agency principal after placing in top 50
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