Di Jones has expanded its Sydney northern beaches presence with the arrival of an experienced husband and wife team.
Simon Rawson and Iolanda Trovatello will operate out of a newly established Di Jones Pittwater office, bringing with them extensive experience operating in the real estate market.
“I have always been impressed by Simon and Iolanda, and we are thrilled to welcome their experienced and professional team into the Di Jones family,” said Di Jones Lower North Shore CEO Dean Mackie.
“They embody the northern beaches lifestyle with a strong understanding of their client’s requirements, having established a solid presence in the local region.
“Joined by a team of seven including an investment team, I am excited for the future success of our northern beaches aggregation.”
The move to open up in Pittwater coincides with a number of other “strategically placed offices” in line with buyer migration routes across Sydney and the Southern Highlands, according to a statement from Di Jones.
Mr Rawson said he was looking forward to the opportunities opening up on the northern beaches will bring.
“The only way we can become better at what we do, is to better understand our client’s needs; this is where Di Jones excel and lead the industry,” Mr Rawson said.
“We have seen an increase of buyers in our local area coming from out of area. For example, over the past 12 months in Church Point, 18 per cent of buyers came from the eastern suburbs, and 24 per cent from the north shore. A centralised database equips us with the ability to target qualified buyers across Sydney, quickly.
“Alongside the best technology and systems in the industry, we can now service our clients at an even better level.”
Commenting further, Ms Trovatello said the power of the Di Jones brand will be well received in the market.
“All elements of the Di Jones brand fit the northern beaches market, with coastal tones and a fresh, clean look,” she said.
“Our ability to create bespoke marketing packages to suit our client’s individual requirements will fit all price points of the market and allow us to market every property beautifully.
“The northern beaches are unique in its offering; we see downsizers from large blocks of land to young families upgrading from apartments and prestige clients looking for a weekender.
“We haven’t seen a drop in prices on the beaches; in fact, the median house price is up by 12.7 per cent, as stock levels remain low, and buyer activity is strong.”
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