Deb has won multiple State and National awards over her 23 years in real estate. In recent years, Deb has been the specialist sales agent for some of Tasmania’s most historic multi-million dollar landmark properties including “Stoke House” in New Town, “Beaumaris Gardens” in Battery Point, “Riverton” in Battery Point, “Tynwald” in New Norfolk and “Derwent Court” in Sandy Bay.
Her attention to detail, expert marketing skills, honesty, invaluable market knowledge and decades of real estate experience combine seamlessly to achieve outstanding results for her clients.
Deb’s commitment, passion and dedication is reflected in her specialised marketing approach and exceptional negotiating skills. She has “excellent personalised communication skills, unwavering determination to succeed, and insightful marketing knowledge. In addition to these attributes, she is renown within the industry as a whole for her extremely “professional unwavering work ethic” – also noted by many of Deb’s valued clients, many of whom are repeat and referral clients. Committed to providing exceptional service, Deb goes above and beyond to ensure that your experience, whether you are buying or selling, is one that will not just meet, but exceed your expectations. You deal directly with Deb in relation to all marketing, communication and negotiations, so you are kept fully informed and have direct input throughout the sale process.
Working as a veterinary nurse prior to attending the University of Tasmania to complete a Bachelor of Education, Deb then went on to teach at both Primary and Secondary Schools in the South for 5 years before changing her career to real estate in 1998. Since then, Deb has never waivered from this career, going on to further her qualifications to complete a Diploma in Real Estate, established and ran her own office for 5 years. Deb is a qualified trainer at the REIT and is enjoying being a part of the team at EIS.
A proud mother of twins, Deb lives on acreage and enjoys spending time with her horses, dog and of course her children…when she is not hard at work!