Menu
Business

O’Reilly’s Real Estate rakes in $640million in 10 years

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: O’Reilly’s Real Estate staff members Hannah Matheson, Leisa Richardson, Kim Champion, Andrew Dowie, Judy O’Reilly, Ross O’Reilly and Shae O’Reilly celebrate the agency’s 10th birthday.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: O’Reilly’s Real Estate staff members Hannah Matheson, Leisa Richardson, Kim Champion, Andrew Dowie, Judy O’Reilly, Ross O’Reilly and Shae O’Reilly celebrate the agency’s 10th birthday. Chris Ison Rokcoreilly

THE proof is in the pudding.

And when you refer to real estate sales, O'Reilly's Real Estate's portfolio speaks volumes.

In the past 10 years, the O'Reilly's team has brought in a whopping $640 million- plus in property sales.

On top of that milestone, the agency this week celebrated its 10th birthday since husband and wife team Ross and Judy opened the doors.

"We're very much keeping up with all the ongoing modern trends," Ross said.

"The best real estate agencies in the country are very mobile these days with the use of iPads, iPhones and the latest cloud technologies."

The sold property portfolio includes commercial, industrial and residential homes, including 36 properties over the $1 million mark and two big residential sales.

They include a $2.1 million mansion in Statue Bay and a $2.2 million mansion near Rosslyn Bay.

Ross attributed the success of his agency to their many loyal clients and the stellar work his staff members have put in.

Two sales consultants, Andrew Dowie and Leisa Richardson, have worked with Ross since he first got his foot into the property industry door 10 years ago.

Sales co-ordinator Hannah Matherson started with O'Reilly's eight years ago.

His son Shae has also jumped on board the family estate wagon to help build the commercial brand.

Last year, O'Reilly's closed down the property management side of the business to concentrate on sales only.

The move also made it easier for Ross and his family to focus on running Beaches Bistro and Rosslyn Bay Resort and Spa, which they own.

All three businesses are operating from the one location.

Before he became a real estate agent, Ross was a financial planner for 11 years.

But his love for property and his desire to help his clients with their property needs, he made the move along with his wife Judy to Real Estate.

Topics:  property real estate



Widgee business fight, Valley crash and more weekend news

Mike Hartley addresses the crowd gathered in support of Widgee Engineering.

Catch up with the weekend news right here.

Roads, rates and rubbish: Fredman hits the campaign trail

Division 8 by-election candidate Bob Fredman.

My main interest is in roads, rates and rubbish: letter

Roadcraft CEO: Driver education reform needs to happen

Sharlene Markin CEO of Road Craft Gympie.

"We set people up to fail in front of their peers

Local Partners