A new property services division has launched in Sydney’s north-west, capitalising on the area’s high rate of renters.
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Belle Property Ryde has expanded its services with the addition of Lee Dangerfield, who will lead the office’s property management initiative.
Chief executive of Belle Property Peter Hanscomb commented on the particular set of factors that makes Ryde an increasingly attractive location for renters.
“Located just 25 minutes’ drive from Sydney’s CBD, Ryde has become an attractive area for people wanting more room to work from home or play with the kids,” he said.
Ms Dangerfield agreed that the area was perfectly placed for an expansion into property management for Belle.
“Ryde is valued for being neither too metro nor too regional and, in the context of COVID, this is incredibly desirable. The local rental market has exploded with demand for houses, duplexes and villas – to the point that renters make up almost 40 per cent of the current population,” she noted.
Servicing Ryde, North Ryde, West Ryde, and Meadowbank, it’s an area she knows well.
A licensed real estate agent since 2011, Ms Dangerfield made the move to Belle Property Ryde from Ray White North Ryde, where she started as a receptionist, rising in the ranks to head of property management.
“I love the Ryde area – the old and the new, the multicultural demographic and the great community spirit,” she said.
Mr Hanscomb commented the network was “thrilled to welcome Lee Dangerfield to our team to head up the new division”.
“Lee has an extraordinary reputation in the property management world, having achieved Elite status in a past role. We’re looking forward to seeing the wonderful feats she achieves at Belle Property Ryde,” he said.
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