Driven to succeed both in the sales arena and in his managerial role, Brendan brings a mix of solid experience and finely honed communication, negotiation and salesmanship skills to the Creer team.
While working in hospitality, Brendan bought his first home in Charlestown through Creer Property. It was that exciting experience that propelled him in the direction of the real estate industry in 2001.
In 2008 he joined Creer Property and quickly became a successful performer within the sales team. Spending time with people and finding solutions to problems is what Brendan is passionate about, and it's that real love of what he does that makes him stand out as an effective sales specialist.
“The daily interaction with people is what I love most. The feeling of being able to get to know someone, find out what it is they want and then deliver that to them is what makes being an agent so enjoyable for me.”
Apart from being a successful sales specialist, Brendan plays a strategic and leadership role within Creer Property. As a Director since 2010, Brendan has been helping to build the business while choosing to remain in the thick of the action. “I take great pride in being a junior partner in an organisation that has existed for 146 years. It's exciting to be able to build Creer and take it to the next stage while still working with clients to achieve their real estate goals.”
“I love being able to maintain a high level of service as an agent while becoming more adept at managing our people and training our new recruits in a constantly evolving work environment.”
Born and bred in Newcastle, and currently living at Redhead with his wife and three kids, Brendan has first hand experience of the local property market from both sides of the fence - as a buyer and vendor.
Coupled with his 17 years in the real estate industry, Brendan knows the unique qualities of the suburbs of Newcastle and Lake Macquarie and how buyers interpret them.
“This region has a lot of similarities with a country town. You can walk down the street in your suburb and say “g'day” as you bump into people you know. It's that friendly nature of the locals here that gives our region a homely feeling and makes it a great place to bring up a family.”