Coronis has attracted a property management professional as it expands its services interstate.
The company looks to expand its new e-business model and has recruited Sara Young from Western Australia to help grow the brand.
She will work closely with Coronis Now director Jodie Stainton, who believes the future is in innovation, to create leading experiences for clients.
“With the new e-business model, we will provide agents and property managers with autonomy, flexibility and freedom to work the hours of their choice accompanied by the tech support and backing of a long-standing and respectable brand,” she said.
“I’m incredibly proud that this concept is finally alive after dreaming about it for so long. I believe Coronis has solved a few fundamental problems in property management, and through this initiative, we will be able to take these solutions interstate.”
Ms Young believes the new model will create more opportunities for many real estate professionals while allowing them to create more flexibility and freedom in their careers.
“This structure supports the new age of working parents where one can work from home, earn a decent recurring income and build a business that can be sold when the time is right,” she said.
“By becoming part of Coronis, I want to grow this business in Western Australia and build something extraordinary for our community members to have the opportunity to create a secure future for themselves and everyone around them.”