DiJones unveils plans for the northern beaches and welcomes heavyweights to the network.
DiJones continues unprecedented growth, announcing Sales Agents Michael King and Gordon Archibald have joined the independent network.
DiJones Lower North Shore CEO Dean Mackie said the Northern Beaches was a natural progression for the brand who has recently opened Lindfield and Willoughby offices.
“This expansion is aligned with our intense focus on migration patterns across Sydney, and our data showed us there was a demand for our service offering on the beaches given where our clients are moving to and from across Sydney.
“We are thrilled to have experienced local area specialists Michael and Gordon join the team and are excited that they will be strengthened by a formidable sales and property management team in the coming weeks,” said Mr Mackie.
DiJones Lower North Shore and Northern Beaches Sales Director Brent May commented on office plans.
“In September we will open the doors on a regional Mona Vale office. That office will initially serve the beaches suburbs from Narrabeen to Palm Beach, with a strategic focus to extend to the entire Northern Beaches region,” said Mr May.
With more than 20 years of real estate experience, Mr King said the opportunity to be a part of leading the DiJones brand into the Northern Beaches was exciting.
“DiJones has a reputation for exceptional innovation and marketing, which will give us the opportunity to revolutionise the real estate landscape locally,” Mr King said.
“Operating with a centralised database has elevated the reach and exposure of our client’s property, and within three days of a listing a property under the DiJones brand, it was sold to a buyer on the database.
“This collaborative synergy sets the benchmark for a superior client experience in real estate.”
Attracted to the industry-leading resources offered by DiJones, Mr Archibald is eager to capitalise on the brands recent success.
“As a network DiJones has sold in excess of $252 million worth of real estate in the past two months, during arguably one of the most uncertain markets.
“The end-to-end service offering makes it a brand you just can’t look past when selling, and the clean, light, minimalistic marketing resonates with the beaches market. Mr Archibald said.
DiJones have listed several residential listings due to come to market in the coming weeks.