Growth continues: Introducing Laing+Simmons Oatlands | Carlingford
One of western Sydney’s most experienced agents Ray Fayad has joined Daniel Mourad as co-principals of the new Laing+Simmons Oatlands | Carlingford, which opened in November.
Mr Fayad, long-term principal of the powerhouse Laing+Simmons Parramatta and Granville offices in western Sydney, said the new office would enhance the service offering to the team’s growing customer base in the area locals affectionately refer to as Kingsdene.
“This is an area currently under-serviced in terms of a premier boutique real estate offering and it’s an area that’s also undergoing significant change. The predominance of single-level freestanding homes on large blocks is being complemented by newer, luxury homes that are breathing new life into the established area,” Mr Fayad said.
“The Oatlands, Carlingford, Dundas and North Rocks areas are a beautiful, convenient and spacious place to raise a family and as such, demand for homes in the area is strong and growing. We’re investing in the local community now because we want to be part of the growth to come,” he said.
Mr Mourad, a residential sales veteran with the Laing+Simmons Parramatta team, takes the next step in an already successful real estate career by becoming a proud partner in the new Laing+Simmons Oatlands | Carlingford.
“This is an exciting opportunity for me personally as well as the Laing+Simmons brand, to strengthen our profile and coverage of the western Sydney market. But it all starts with our customers, listening to their needs and structuring campaigns and solutions that deliver,” Mr Mourad said.
“This is an area our team has increasingly operated in via the Laing+Simmons Parramatta office but the time is right to have a new presence – and a new team – on the ground and part of the local community,” he said.
As such, recruitment is on the agenda. Laing+Simmons Oatlands | Carlingford is searching for talented people looking to establish themselves as key operators in a market short on quality experienced agents.
The new office, which begins trading with a sizable rent roll already established, is also looking to organically grow its property management function.