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Southern Highlands agent lands partnership

By Orana Durney-Benson
09 July 2024 | 11 minute read
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After writing $52 million in property sales last financial year, an NSW prestige agent is ready to take the next step.

Corina Nesci is the newest partner to join Sutherland-based network Highland, following an 18-month stint with the brand.

Nesci, who comes with two decades of experience in the property sector, has a clear vision for her role spearheading the brand’s growth: she wants to continue zeroing in on the Southern Highlands’ prestige buyer market.

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“The market in the Southern Highlands is highly luxurious, with large estates and homesteads providing the bulk of our stock, meaning we are targeting high-end buyers,” she shared.

She hopes to triangulate property sales with Highland’s other prestige agents to provide a holistic property service for Sydney’s high-end treechangers and urban escapees.

“We are incredibly lucky to have prestige agents Bill and David Malouf working in the highly affluent eastern suburbs, and further south David Highland and his team working on waterfronts in the Sutherland Shire.”

“It is buyers that are looking in these areas that we can link into our properties in the Southern Highlands and open them up to a lifestyle change away from the hustle and bustle of the city,” said Nesci.

Since joining Highland 18 months ago, Nesci has had a lucrative sales run. She wrote over $50 million in sales over the 2023 to 2024 financial year, and $13 million across four property sales in the past six weeks.

CEO David Highland expressed strong support for Nesci’s appointment as partner, following a strong 18 months of performance.

“Corina was a fantastic hire for our business and has truly epitomised everything we aspire to be as a leading real estate brand.

“Due to her leadership she has ensured our Highland Southern Highlands office is now one of the top 10 offices in the region, which she has cultivated in only 18 months. That’s an incredible achievement.”

“Now that she is a partner, I only see us growing further,” the chief executive concluded.

Nesci is the second agent to take on a position as partner at Highland this year, with Blake Mariner hitting the milestone in April 2024, following a 10-year career with the brand.

Meanwhile, Highland welcomed sales agent Walter Antonelli to its Double Bay office in March this year.

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