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REA Group champions local agents with ‘Agent Stories’

05 November 2015 realestate.com.au
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REA Groups Agent Stories is showcasing the stories behind the agents.

Realestate.com.au has invested in bringing to light stories from agents that showcase their dedication to helping vendors, more so than just achieving extraordinary sales prices.

The recently launched ‘Agent Stories’ series has showcased agents from across the country and given insight in to ways that agents have gone above and beyond their duty and put themselves on the line to help their vendors.

Stories that have caught the attention of the REA Group have been around agents who have done extraordinary things, such as an agent who paid the deposit for their vendor who couldn’t afford to put up the deposit before selling their home, as well as the story of Stuart Legg, a local agent in Tallai, QLD who ran the New York marathon over the weekend to raise money for Childhood Cancer.

Stuart’s story was extra special, from a chance encounter with a local family, Stuart decided to put himself out there and start raising money for Maddy, a local girl who had incredible bad luck with her health from a young age.

The length’s Stuart went to were unbelievable, and really showcase that for some agents it isn’t just a job. 

You can view Stuart’s story below

 

 

With more stories to come in the coming weeks: 

http://agent.realestate.com.au/agentstories/ 

 

REA Group champions local agents with ‘Agent Stories’
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realestate.com.au is the leading website in Australia for residential property, with a unique audience of more than 3.8 million every month. realestate.com.au is owned and operated by ASX listed REA Group Ltd ABN 54 068 349 066. Source: Nielsen Online Ratings, 6 month average for the period April - September 2015.

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