Tahnee Barnes, the Million Dollar Intern, quits The Agency

Tahnee Barnes, the Million Dollar Intern, quits The Agency
Tahnee Barnes, the Million Dollar Intern, quits The Agency

Tahnee Barnes has quit The Agency to return to recruitment after nine months in real estate.

She was the high profile recruit who'd hit the headlines when she won the life-changing opportunity to work with leading eastern suburbs agent Bill Malouf in the LJ Hooker Million Dollar Intern program.

“Meeting Matt Lahood and hearing his plans for my future, and then joining Brad Gillespie and Irene Do, it was ideal,” she said after the new appointment was announced with great fanfare.

Her low-key departure was to SalesHQ.

Specialising in the inner city suburbs, from east to the west, Brad Gillespie claims a 25 per cent market share for house sales and the highest market share for apartment sales in Alexandria.

Gillespie and Do, who describe themselves as "quiet achievers", had been looking to expand their market share in the inner city region, with hiring Tahnee Barnes the first step towards this expansion.

“Tahnee Barnes is one of the most passionate young agents I have met,” Brad Gillespie noted on her arrival.

“Tahnee is hungry to learn and being new to the industry, brings a fresh take on things.”

After a decade in the army, Tahnee Barnes won the opportunity to work with leading eastern suburbs agent Bill Malouf in the LJ Hooker Million Dollar Intern program late last year (below)

Tahnee Barnes, the Million Dollar Intern, quits The Agency

Hailing from the ACT, Barnes previously worked in recruitment.

She beat nearly 200 hopefuls for the coveted three month internship.

She is now a talent adviser at SalesHQ which recruits across several industries including automotive finance, stockbroking and insurance.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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