Today, Harcourts Queensland opens a new office, Harcourts Wynnum|Manly, and Harcourts Queensland CEO Mitch Peereboom couldn’t be happier: “We are so proud and incredibly excited to welcome Scott's leadership to Wynnum and Manly.” Says Mitch. “His team are committed to providing the best real estate experience for their customers and align with the values that drive our organisation. This will be an amazing partnership.”
With 19 years of experience, and a two-time finalist in REIQ Auctioneer of the year, Scott Kelleher started with a business partner five years ago. Scott bought him out three years later and then the pandemic hit…
“And we are still here and thriving!” beams Scott.
He’s incredibly proud of the team he works with: “Rachel Licciardo was a foundation team member and is still with us today. It has been a joy to see her become a wife and a mother during her time with me. Lauren our property manager purchased her first home off us and now she works here – how good is that!”.
Scott previously worked with Anika, Administrator Extraordinaire at Ray White Stones Corner and PA Alison at REMAX in Wynnum.
“Jordan is the country kid from Rocky making it in the big smoke and Nathan “The Body” Freshney has recently joined us from The Apple Isle.”
“Wynnum Manly is a tight knit community who are passionate about where they live. Our team is a reflection of that - we are a tight knit team. When clients work with one of us, they are working with everybody.” He continues.
Father of three and wife of one, as Scott likes to put it, chose Harcourts as “Their values were closely aligned with ours and we have strong relationships with many of the corporate staff and franchisees within Harcourts”.
“The training and support offered by Harcourts is next level, enabling us to provide a higher level of service to our clients.”
This is recognised by the Queensland CEO “Scott is well established in the community and his decision to partner with Harcourts is the greatest compliment our network can receive. We look forward to supporting his ambitions” states Mitch.
These include believing in people before profit. Scott charity auctions for various local charities: Heart Kids Queensland, Chaplaincy and this year called for the Alison Bayden Clay Foundation and the Save Kurshonbrooke Lodge.
As Scott likes to say “Money comes and goes but relationships last forever. Our goal is to be the most highly trained, highly professional and highly regarded business in our marketplace.”