The network has welcomed experienced agent Kai Liu into the fold of its New Farm agency.
The real estate group noted Mr Liu has been in the industry since 2014, and brings with him his expertise in marketing Brisbane central business district (CBD) apartments.
He successfully reached an achievement of listing 100 properties in 2023.
He’s come along way since his first listing, which he secured almost a decade ago through an advertisement in a local Chinese newspaper.
Mr Liu attributes a lot of his successes to being bilingual and having an efficient team process.
“Being able to speak a different language has significant benefits, particularly when it comes to Chinese vendors who want to be able to communicate in Mandarin regarding the sales processes.
“But it’s also beneficial working with English-speaking vendors because a lot of Chinese buyers are interested in apartments in Brisbane’s CBD,” Mr Liu said.
Mr Liu first came to Australia in 2007 from China and studied Master of Business majoring in Professional Accounting.
“Initially, real estate wasn’t part of the vision; however, I was poached to be an agent and I needed a job at the time.
“Now, I couldn’t picture myself doing anything else,” he said.
Joining the agent at the real estate agency is his executive assistant, Kelsey Tarrant.
They shared that they wanted to join Place because they had admired the company’s marketing, offices and overall “good energy”.
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