Veteran Southern Highlands agent Michael Maloney joins Ray White Bowral

Veteran Southern Highlands agent Michael Maloney joins Ray White Bowral
Veteran Southern Highlands agent Michael Maloney joins Ray White Bowral

Southern Highlands estate agent Michael Maloney, who had been principal of Richardson & Wrench Southern Highlands for over three decades, has joined Ray White Bowral.

Maloney has brought with him office manager Mary Drewe, who he has worked alongside for 22 years.

They join Ray White principal Gene Fairbanks (pictured with Maloney below) and Jeremy Crawford, who has joined from The Agency.

Veteran Southern Highlands agent Michael Maloney joins Ray White Bowral

They'll be setting up shop in a new office, down Bong Bong Road from the current R&W premises.

Maloney sold the Avoca record earlier this year when he sold Scotsburn for $9.2 million after it was listed for $8.9 million
 
Fairbanks has had the Ray White business in Bowral for three years.
 
Hailing from country Queensland, his former career was a rugby union international – three years in Japan, and years with the Reds, Brumbies and Western Force. 
 
Richardson & Wrench Bowral was established in 1985.
 

 

 
 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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