THE dynamic duo of Rawa Norman and Rose Farina (pictured above right to left) are the successful pair behind Ray White Northbridge on Sydney’s Lower North Shore.
Six months ago, the successful Ms Farina rebranded from Century 21 to Ray White to take her business to the next level at Ray White Northbridge.
“At Ray White Northbridge we are a powerful force to be reckoned with, along with my partner Rawa Norman it’s a dynamic yet very family-friendly environment and we are determined go-getters,” said Ms Farina, the selling principal.
“Along with my sales partner Denise Woo, business development manager Adam Rizk, sales executive Joanne Cousens and my Chinese speaking specialists in sales and projects Jeff Woo and Isabella Chen, we are a pretty tough team of strong negotiators.
There’s been various high achievements in my 25 years but it’s been a wonderful transition so far.
“I’m passionate about what I do, in fact, even more so now that I am with Ray White. My record speaks for itself with more than 25 years real estate experience.”
Ray White Sydney Blue CEO Jason Andrew said he was thrilled to see someone of Ms Farina’s calibre partner with Ms Norman.
“What an incredible partnership of successful women working in the most dynamic real estate landscape in Australia .They are wonderful role models for all young agents to aspire to.”
Ms Farina said right now buyers were out in the market place determined to secure their next family home.
“We are seeing more suburb records being achieved such as an original two bedroom bungalow on a standard 651sq m block exceeding $3.2M as well as an original one bedroom 45 year old apartment fetching over $900,000,” Ms Farina said.
“These results are earning us much recognition and a reputation for helping vendors achieve higher than expected sale prices.”
Ms Farina says auction remain her most recommended method of sale.
“In this market, it is difficult to accurately value property in Northbridge but Northbridge currently holds one of the highest retention rates compared to any other suburb, which means we have a secondary market of locals moving into their second, third or even their fourth home.
“Being local agents ensures our local community also is made aware of all properties being offered for sale.”