Commencing his real estate career in 2001, Andrew has been consistently recognised as a high achiever within the industry.
In 2003, he became the youngest franchisee in Raine & Horne’s 122 year history and was officially recognised by Max Raine at the National Awards ceremony in 2004. During the same year, Andrew’s outstanding sales achievements gained him membership to the prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Club.
Andrew’s finely tuned auctioneering and negotiating skills have seen him make record-breaking sales for many local properties including waterfront and beachfront homes, villas and townhouses. Under his experienced direction, the Raine & Horne group sold over 200 properties over the past 12 months, a major achievement within the local market, making Raine & Horne the market leaders. Over the past 19 years Andrew has personally sold over 700 properties.
A resident of St Huberts Island for over 30 years, Andrew is highly committed to the local community. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, board member of the Bendigo Bank Ettalong Beach, a Justice of the Peace and an involved contributor to local events and causes.
With his in-depth knowledge of the local area and his passion for its enviable lifestyle, Andrew has earnt his position as one of the most successful and personally driven agents within the local real estate market.
“ A huge thanks to Andrew and the entire team at Raine and Horne! From the first contact all the way to the very last, Andrew and his team were absolutely focused and on the ball the entire time, and just as importantly were always a pleasure to deal with. Nothing was ever a problem and from my point of view, the whole process was effortless. I never had a moment's doubt that I was in great hands. If you are thinking of buying or selling in this area, don't hesitate: the entire team is highly professional and courteous and very quick to respond to anything you may be concerned about. They operate with the highest level of integrity and will not steer you wrong. First class! ”