Former Sell Lease Property executive Brian McKiernan joins @realty in Perth

Former Sell Lease Property executive Brian McKiernan joins @realty in Perth
Former Sell Lease Property executive Brian McKiernan joins @realty in Perth

Perth real estate agent Brian McKiernan has joined the national real estate network @realty.

McKiernan is the former operations manager and national recruitment manager of Sell Lease Property, which was acquired in December 2017 by The Agency Group.

At the time of acquisition, Sell Lease Property had 210 agents nationally and a revenue of $8.1 million.

McKiernan said he made the move to @realty, which has recruited more than 500 agents nationwide over the past four years, to continue to operate independently with the support of an administrative team.

"The Perth market is in a recovery phase - it's no secret that we are not in stride with the East Coast - and that's why it's even more crucial than ever to choose an agent who understands the local market and takes a tailored approach for each listing.

"Having said that, there is plenty to be optimistic about, with the economy improving and projected population growth looking solid, paving the way for growth in the market over the coming years."

@realty director JJ Taylor says it's a coup to have experienced agents like Mr McKiernan on board.

"Our 500 agents have an average  9.6 years of experience, which shows that we are attracting some of the best in the industry," he said.

"We offer commissions of 93 per cent compared to the industry average of 45 per cent, so there is a real incentive for our agents to work to their potential and to collaborate with other agents where necessary to get a faster result for the client.

"We also offer hundreds of hours of training and workshops, free of charge, to our agents each year to allow them to upskill and keep pace with the latest skills and techniques required to perform at the top level in the fast paced industry."

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