The Agency Inner West loses Mark Bowis to Cobden & Hayson Balmain

The Agency Inner West loses Mark Bowis to Cobden & Hayson Balmain
The Agency Inner West loses Mark Bowis to Cobden & Hayson Balmain

Mark Bowis has quit The Agency to join Cobden Hayson.

Bowis is an inner west specialist having spent 15 year mostly on the Balmain peninsula.

He spent just one year at The Agency office led by Shad Hassen. 

Before that he was at McGrath for six years and eights years from 2004 at Sarah Lorden Real Estate, which was merged into McGrath in 2012.

His past clients include the chief of Perpetual Fund Management Geoff Lloyd who sold his Louisa Road, Birchgrove waterfront home for $3.3 million.  

In 2015 he sold 27 O'Neill Street, Lilyfield at auction for $2,585,000, setting a suburb record for a house price in Lilyfield.

His sales include 5 Simmons Street, East Balmain at $6,560,000 in 2014.

His last sale at The Agency was when etiquette adviser Alexandra Frampton, director of A Manner of Style, and her husband Peter sold their two-bedroom, two-bathroom Balmain residence for $1,475,000. 

Cobden Hayson was founded in Balmain in 1995, and is now strategically positioned in key inner urban fringe locations around Sydney, with offices in Annandale, Drummoyne and more recently Surry Hills and Marrickville.

The Agency also lost its star recruit Tahnee Barnes.

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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