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Sales secrets of the country’s top agents

07 July 2016 Tim Neary

Australia’s Top 100 Agents will reveal their proven sales strategies in a high-impact touring event that will return to Melbourne and Sydney, and see Brisbane added to the schedule.

After its initial huge success last year, Secrets of the Top 100 will include three of the highest-ranked agents from this year’s Top 100 Agents ranking – Alexander Phillips (ranked 1), Marcus Chiminello (5) and Jason Pantzer (7).

They will be joined by Tim Heavyside (19), Tracey Dixon (27), Zali Reynolds (44) Mark Wridgway (50), Katie Strickland (53), Mark Kentwell (58) and Matt Lancashire (82), as well as a host of the nation’s other top-performing agents and with the final line-up to be announced in the coming weeks. 

At the one-day event, attendees will discover how to build brand and create an ‘attraction’ environment to generate more listings and sales, as well as establish the disciplines required to seriously accelerate their volumes.

Vivienne Kelly, managing editor of mortgages and real estate at Sterling Publishing, publisher of REB, said Secrets of the Top 100 will show agents and principals the techniques, tools and strategies required to hit peak performance.

“This is a unique opportunity to get the inside track from the industry’s elite, from those already at the forefront of this fast-changing and dynamic industry,” she said.

“Australia’s top-ranked agents will offer unprecedented insights into their own established sales and business strategies – the things all agents really should be doing if they want to enjoy similar success."

Secrets of the Top 100 will be in Melbourne on 23 August, Sydney on 30 August and in Brisbane on 6 September.

To learn more, click here. Limited early-bird tickets are on sale now.

[Related: Number one agent reveals long-term strategy]

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