Sales with Ray White Ascot
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A Brisbane real estate identity, Rosemary's consistently outstanding sales achievements, have been characterised by her defining qualities of competence and compassion. Her lifetime of real estate experience is extensive and all encompassing.
After growing up in Clayfield, where her family still resides, she first became a full time sales consultant with the Ray White organisation in 1984 at the age of 19 whilst completing her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Queensland.
From there her interests were captured during the following 10 years, by house renovations and property developments, with the purchase and sale during that period of some 22 properties, throughout the north side area, from Clayfield to Wilston.
These endeavors gave her invaluable, first hand insight and empathy, into the psychology of both buyers and sellers. This has continued to provide a strong foundation for the understanding of her client’s real and genuine needs, throughout her enormously successful sales career.
Over the years Rosemary maintained an avid interest in her academic pursuits, and later undertook an additional post graduate degree at UQ, though this time with a shift in focus from history and political science to the built environment and the cultural significance of heritage property.
After raising her daughter Elizabeth Rose, to school age, she returned to the real estate industry and achieved unprecedented success in property sales from her Ray White North side office.
Rosemary claims that her seemingly continuous association with Ray White is based entirely on studious assessment of their competition, who she believes, can’t compete with the benefits of Ray Whites stronghold on front page advertising, or the generational input of the White family, always fine tuning and ensuring cutting edge strategies and systems, for agents and their sellers, along with an elite agency profile.
Now after a short family orientated sabbatical, which has seen her daughter off to University and her son Tim, now 8, consumed by school life and sporting pursuits, Rosemary is looking forward to consolidating her own vast experience in the best possible working environment, and bringing her characteristic positivity firmly into the Brisbane marketplace.