The 29-year-old agent making his mark in the eastern suburbs

The 29-year-old agent making his mark in the eastern suburbs

Ahead of his 30th birthday, Double Bay and Bondi Beach real estate agent Dion Markovics has celebrated a stellar career milestone.

Recently celebrated by Raine & Horne as its top salesperson for 2022, the agent topped Sam Kearney of Raine & Horne Forestville/Frenchs Forest and Mary-Anne Fitzgerald of Raine & Horne Lower North Shore in the residential top salesperson dollar value category at the network’s recent awards.

“It was always a goal of mine to be the number one agent in the network before I was 30. So, to achieve this milestone at 29 is extremely humbling,” Mr. Markovics commented.

Reflecting on the win, he stated that it gives him much pride to be “at the top of the tree”.

The accolade also makes him one of Australia’s top-selling agents under 30.

From his perspective, the latest achievement “also showcases the level of service we give our clients”.

Explaining that many of the office’s vendors in the 2021-22 financial year were referral clients, he commented: “The award combined with our significant referral business underlines our customer focus and our work ethic within our team.”

He’s credited much of his success to “the Real Estate School of Ric Serrao”, expressing how he is “fortunate to work with such a good and humble leader”.

From Mr. Markovics’ point of view, it also helps that the eastern suburbs have “magnificent” beaches, are in close proximity to the central business district, and offer a great lifestyle; therefore, it will be a highly sought-after place to live regardless of investment market cycles.

All of these factors should hold him in good stead despite the widespread downturn that’s being seen.

“Stock is quite slim, and this lack of supply will support prices,” he touted.

“It’s important to remember that people’s changing circumstances drive around 50 percent of transactions, and whether they are buying for the first time, upgrading or downsizing, these decisions will be taken regardless of the market cycle.

“Also, life throws us curveballs, and we might be forced to change our living arrangement because we have a growing family, health issues or a new job that prompts a change of location.”

He has also pointed to last week’s share market falls as an indicator of the area’s continuing popularity, with the top seller expressing the belief that money will find its way into the eastern suburbs marketplace this spring, with investors searching for a more steady haven.

Mr. Markovics credits his success to being backed by the Real Estate School of Ric Serrao, stating it was “critical to his career trajectory”.

“Having the backing of Ric and the team is extremely important,” he said. “The office infrastructure enables us to operate at the levels we have achieved.”

The 29-year-old agent making his mark in the eastern suburbs

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Last Updated: 21 September 2022

Published: 23 September 2022

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