Welcome to issue#1 of our home summer sessions.

We are really proud of how we have grown the home community over the last fifteen years and this year especially. Our new HQ space has really given us a fresh new headquarters to flourish as a team and continue to deliver to our clients the best local property sales and management service possible. Home summer sessions for us is about celebrating what a great part of the world we live in here in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs; Capturing and sharing more great moments with the people that matter to us and forming a greater connection within our local community.

We can’t give too much a way but let’s say our home sessions are an evolving online channel that will feature

> news & events

> food & dinning

> sport & community news

> our partners

and of course our properties. From the summer sessions team we hope you enjoy and look forward to bringing you more very soon.

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Local treats – Christmas Light Tour

Image via Sydney Morning Herald – courtesy of ellaslist.com.au

Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has one of the most spectacular Christmas house light displays on this side of The Australian Coast.  You will see a spectrum of lighting displays ranging from the “Clark Griswald” style to the more super high tech lazer force of festive lighting. With the local Aldi, Bunnings & Kmart’s ever expanding their  Christmas lighting range our families are going harder each year! It’s always a treat this time of year, preparing the lights and getting your friends and family on a local tour.

Office top 5 :

Chesterfield Avenue, Bronte
Knowles Avenue, Matraville
Storey St, Maroubra
Waratah Steet, North Bondi
Barwon Cresent, Randwick

What’s your favourite street for Christmas lights?

 

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New talent at home

Asset Manager, Matt Skene

home estate agents new Asset Manager, Matt Skene

We’re sure we are not presenting a new face here with Mr Matt Skene – no doubt you have seen him around and heard of his management success in the Eastern Suburbs. He has joined us at home estate agents and brings with him a wealth of experience in the area of asset management.

With nearly 30 years specifically in the field of property management he brings a level of knowledge, professionalism and client service that is unrivalled in the industry.

 ( read more…)

To get in contact with Matt to talk about your property management needs you can find his contacts here.

 

Letting Clerk, Nick Corias

home estate agents new Letting Clerk, Nick Corias.

Nick has been spending more and more time with us at home… he is finishing up his first round of training and will join the home estate agent management team in a full time roll in January.

“I see professional success as being someone who is approachable,  able to create long standing relationships with clients by being reliable and knowledgeable. I love interacting with new people and that each day is different. ” (read more….)

To get in contact with Nick you can find his contacts here.

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Maroubra HQ Office Holiday Hours

Closed from Monday at 5:30pm 24 December, 2018 and re-opens in 2019 from Monday at 9:00am 7 January.

Contact your agent via email or mobile with urgent requirements over the break.

Stay tuned…

Don’t forget to stop in for a visit and get social with us. We would love to hear from you with feedback or requests for topics you would like to see covered. Email us or if you’d rather social here

or here to go back to the home page

 

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