So, who is Elle Osborne and why should I trust her with my property?
A passion for property, passed down from her family, motivated Elle Osborne to pursue a
career in real estate straight from high school, completing a full sales traineeship…and she has never looked back.
Liaising with investors, landlords and tenants, Elle is an excellent communicator, and has built strong relationships with her clients, creating a high level of loyalty not often found in such a challenging industry.
Elle’s success can be attributed, not just down to sheer hard work, but also to her personable nature, her genuine affinity for people and her unwavering commitment to deliver excellent service in all circumstances.
“I totally understand the importance of securing a suitable tenant in the shortest
period of time, many owners still have mortgages on their properties, and it is critical they
receive an income quickly so they can meet their repayments. However, I do not compromise on the quality of tenant, as I am ever mindful of protecting my clients’ most valuable asset...I do it properly from the start to enhance ‘peace of mind’ for the owner, and ensure I continue to foster a great relationship with all concerned.”
Living on the Gold Coast, with her husband Ozzy, son Cody and their pets Tully, Peppa and Mango. Being investment property and homeowners on the Gold Coast has
added to Elle’s strengths as she fully understands the importance of having an
excellent manager to ensure all things property management are done correctly and in a
timely manner. Real Estate is Elle’s passion and career, it is not just a job, Elle is
professional, goal-orientated and in the business to achieve results for her clients.
Elle’s focus is purely property management, specialising in the comprehensive field of asset management. The reason asset management is so important is simple, we see our property management department as the core of our business. Most other agencies see the property management department merely as an adjunct to their sales income. As a result, the property management services they provide are often lacking and not overly effective.