Coronis welcomes rising star to the team

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Coronis has welcomed rising star and talented agent Amy McCurley to their Moreton Bay & Peninsula Hub this week.

Ms McCurley, who commenced her real estate career at the height of the COVID19 pandemic in April, hit the ground running and listed 13 properties and sold four in her first six months. 

“I’ve always been passionate about the real estate industry, I just love property and everything to do with it,” Ms McCurley said. “I had worked in hotel and restaurant management for 20 years, but had always wanted to move to real estate so I decided 2020 was the year and I just did it. 

“When I became an agent, I started learning about the difference between real estate companies and what they offer to their agents, which is why I decided to join Coronis.

“I have some big goals that I would like to achieve and I felt like in order to that, I needed an extra level of training, leadership support and tools which Coronis offered me.

“After relocating to Scarborough four years ago, which is the main area where I sell, I discovered it has such a special community, which is why I started a community Facebook page for the area which has really engaged the locals and everyone shares events and activities that we can all attend.

“It is such a special suburb, and I can’t wait to grow my skills and market share with Coronis and help even more people move into their dream home in Scarborough and Newport areas.”

Coronis Hub director Chris Rhode said he was thrilled to welcome such a promising talent to the team and believes she has everything it takes to succeed in the industry.

“When I first met Amy, I could tell straight away that she had the skills and motivation to excel in real estate and I really believe that with our training, leadership support, commission structure and flexibility that we offer, that she will achieve her goals and ideal lifestyle in no time.

“Amy has a natural ability to converse with sellers and buyers and make them both feel at ease and in control, which I think I a special talent in our industry,” Mr Rhode said. “To list 13 properties in what has been six of the toughest months in real estate is phenomenal and I know that with a little guidance and support, she will shine bright and smash her goals.

“I’m excited to have Amy on board to help us grow our Redcliffe market share and team. She adds a lot of personality to the team and I’m really looking forward to working with her and supporting her as she makes a name for herself.”

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