Milestone for real estate firm

IT'S been a year since Southern Downs Reality burst onto the Warwick real-estate scene in its iconic orange and purple.

To celebrate its first birthday the team shared a breakfast together yesterday morning.

Brent Bowles, Rick Kinlyside, Simone Robertson, Elizabeth Pepper, Leah Riddle, Debbie Kinlyside, Shelby Kinlyside, Tiffany Cruice and Ben Lubben.
Brent Bowles, Rick Kinlyside, Simone Robertson, Elizabeth Pepper, Leah Riddle, Debbie Kinlyside, Shelby Kinlyside, Tiffany Cruice and Ben Lubben. Kirstin Payne

 

According to principal licensee Brent Bowles communication and a point of difference has been the driving factor behind the agency.

"We had always expected it to grow but not as much as it has in the past 12 months" Mr Bowles said.

"Every morning we have a staff meeting, which allows us to keep our communication lines open and see where everyone else is at."

The office began with three staff and has now more than tripled with 11 working on site.

Mr Bowles said the business couldn't have grown without the help of his team.

"They are energetic, self motivated," he said.



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