Meet Betty Weereratne

Betty is passionate about people. Her drive and determination is ultimately based on doing the very best she can for those in need of help, assistance or guidance. Betty enjoys meeting and communicating with people from all nations and various cultural backgrounds.
Her many years in the banking sector gave Betty the opportunity to excel in her provision of exceptional customer service which for Betty is, simply second nature.
Having received numerous service accolades from management and peers alike, Betty rose from assisting clients in retail banking to being the Client Service Relations Officer at Private Bank, to a Relationship Manager. Her commitment and dedication to clients is exceptional and her continued pursuit of ‘doing the right thing’ for people is still paramount in her plan of life.
Betty believes very strongly in the old adage of ‘you are what you sow’, meaning that if you treat people well, they will continue to come back to you because you are honest, reputable, caring & considerate of others. Betty epitomises these qualities.
Having been one of the casualties of Y2K when her role at Westpac was made redundant, Betty decided to act on her passion for the property market and took the leap into a real estate career which has proved to be her forte.
Betty’s is committed to doing the right thing for her clients. She gets great satisfaction from providing and ensuring that you receive quality service, advice and the best possible result with the least amount of stress.
Her empathetic, ethical and honest manner endear her to many and establishes her long term relationships with her clients.
Away from the office, Betty’s hobby of choice is to feed the masses. Her love of cooking stems from her mother. Her family, friends and clients alike have been welcomed into her home and aromatic kitchen to sample some of her culinary delights and continue to keep coming back for more, and more, and more …
Her husband, two sons and two gorgeous grandchildren are her pride and joy and continue to be of great strength and support to her.
Betty welcomes the opportunity to be of help to you.