With in excess of 20 years experience in the real estate industry, Chrissy has expert knowledge in all aspects of real estate, having started her career as property manager and having completed her studies to become a fully licensed Estate Agent, she transitioned into sales and eventually Business Owner and Branch Manager.
Exceptionally experienced in producing top results while delivering the best possible before and after care service for her customers, Chrissy is continually endeavouring to surpass expectations to deliver service levels to be second to none in her marketing area.
Chrissy has accomplished a multitude of superior results and awards, is enthusiastic, highly ethical, and willing to go the additional mile to ensure that she delivers the best outcome for her valued clients.
Having worked in the Somerville, Moorooduc, Tyabb, Pearcedale and Baxter suburbs for so long, Chrissy now enjoys many referrals and repeat business as testament to her position as an agent of choice in the local community.
As a local resident, Chrissy is passionate about the Mornington Peninsula and all it has to offer. She works hard to ensure her clients are kept fully informed at all times, as she believes feedback and great communication is crucial to success.
Chrissy is a volunteer on the Somerville Family Day Committee that allows her to utilise her strong marketing background to promote the enormously successful event.
Breaking sales records in residential, rural, lifestyle and development site sales with a strong background in off the plan sales is a testament to Chrissy’s drive to succeed.
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Rain hail or shine the auctions must go on and it seems we had three this week end. There were 334 auctions scheduled this week in Victoria and with the results collected thus far there has been a 74% clearance rate recorded. OBrien Real Estate success rate matched the state at the same 74%.A stand out sale in our group was within the city of Knox 7 Jukes Road Boronia which during the 24 days on market saw 195 people inspect the home, over 150 people at the auction and 6 bidders bid past the reserve price to an eventual selling price of $770,000.