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As a proud winner of the Operational Leadership award in the Real Estate Institute of South Australia for consecutive years (2021, 2020, 2019), and national finalist for the same award for REIA (announced March 2022) Tiffany drives innovation through her role as Buyer’s Agent & Head of Operations.  As a valued leader at Xsell Property, Tiffany has been instrumental in shaping the brand over recent years, and for Xsell Property becoming a multi-award-winning agency for 6 consecutive years in the RateMyAgent Awards. A finalist for the Real Estate Business Awards for Mentor of the Year 2022, Tiffany’s capability is illustrated through the professional success of her team members, who have become industry award winners at both a state and national level in 2022/2022.

Held by the belief that a leader serves, Tiffany’s deepest joy is serving her clients, working exclusively with them in their quest to purchase property and achieve their goals. Whether they are investors or home buyers, they benefit from Tiffany’s banking and risk management background which compliments her service.

One buyer (and wife) said ‘I completely trust her judgement’. A buyer (and mother) said ‘she is an angel sent by God to help us and we are forever grateful’, supported by a sales agent who said ‘I’ve never had a more positive experience with a buyer’s agent, it’s been a dream to work with you.’ Watch the video to see what her amazing client Vivianne (interstate investor) had to say.

When she’s not involved in any of the above, you can find Tiffany hiking, adventuring, or on the yoga mat. Those who know her will be familiar with Tiffany’s generous work raising tens of thousands over the years for not-for-profits including Habitat for Humanity, Arbonne Charitable Foundation, Youthinc, and White Ribbon Australia through her dynamic fundraising events.

 

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