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Coronis signs formidable agents to flourishing Brisbane markets

07 January 2019 Tim Neary
Ken Wearing and Danielle Brown

Coronis Kelvin Grove will expand its footprint in the lucrative Brisbane suburbs of Ashgrove, The Gap and Bardon, with a formidable sibling signing.

Agents Ken Wearing and Danielle Brown have joined the Coronis network.

Coronis COO Karuna Dimelow said that adding the brother and sister duo to the team makes for a “fantastic” start to the new year.

“We believe Ken and Danielle are future superstars in the industry, and we’re delighted they’ve made the decision to grow their careers here at Coronis,” Ms Dimelow said.

“They’ve proven to be a formidable team in 2018, selling 28 homes worth more than $16 million in the Ashgrove, The Gap and Bardon markets, so I know they will significantly enhance our Kelvin Grove team.

“Coronis is the perfect place to build an empire within, and I know we’ll see this dynamic duo really shine in 2019 and take their market share to the next level.”

Mr Wearing said that joining Coronis was a carefully considered decision.

He said it was the right choice as the Coronis values aligned with his and the brand offered market-leading marketing and training.

“We’re enthusiastic about the road ahead, because now we have the opportunity to reach our potential and truly deliver a level of customer service that we haven’t been able to before,” he said.

“The fact that we’re joining a team that will support us and our clients with a full suite of services such as conveyancing, home loans, building and pest inspections, agent marketing, concierge and administration really cemented the decision to move.”

Ms Brown said that they were looking forward to what 2019 holds.

“With the added layer of support that we’ll receive at Coronis, we’ve set ourselves the goal of taking our customer service to the next level as we’ll now have more time available to prospect and communicate with our network of buyers and sellers,” Ms Brown said.

Coronis signs formidable agents to flourishing Brisbane markets
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