Team player a ris­ing star

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

JOR­DAN Mcguirk is look­ing for­ward to his new role with the grow­ing LJ Hooker Clare­mont team.

“I am su­per ex­cited to be work­ing within a team of peo­ple I re­ally ad­mire,” he said.

“Mak­ing the tran­si­tion was a very con­sid­ered de­ci­sion for me, but I am a firm be­liever in gut in­stincts and the move to LJ Hooker Clare­mont just felt right.”

Mr Mcguirk started his real es­tate ca­reer a lit­tle over two years ago, work­ing his way up from a sales sup­port role to sales ex­ec­u­tive.

He ex­pe­ri­enced early suc­cess. “One of the first list­ings I had as a solo agent was a stun­ning ar­chi­tec­tural home in Cottes­loe which I sold to a cash buyer and set the street record for 2016,” he said.

“Start­ing from the bot­tom has given me a com­pre­hen­sive un­der­stand­ing of ev­ery facet in re­la­tion to a real es­tate trans­ac­tion and I think this level of de­ter­mi­na­tion trans­lates well with my clients.”

Mr Mcguirk will fo­cus on North Cottes­loe and the Cottes­loe Vil­lage precinct as well as han­dling apart­ment sales in Clare­mont.

He said the mar­ket was look­ing pos­i­tive. “at the mo­ment there is a lot of brand new prod­uct com­ing on the mar­ket in the Clare­mont area so it's a great time for peo­ple to buy an older style apart­ment to ren­o­vate, as you can make a great profit even in this mar­ket,” he said.

“In Cottes­loe, the mar­ket is hot and there is def­i­nitely an un­der­sup­ply of homes.” ■

Jor­dan Mcguirk

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