Well known western suburbs agents join Ray White, open new office

Deborah Brady and Jody Fewster have opened Ray White Cottesloe Mosman Park.
Deborah Brady and Jody Fewster have opened Ray White Cottesloe Mosman Park.

RAY White have expanded their presence in the western suburbs with the opening of Ray White Cottesloe Mosman Park.

The office at 460 Stirling Highway, Peppermint Grove will be run by well known local real estate agents Deborah Brady and Jody Fewster.

Ray White WA chief executive Mark Whiteman welcomed Ms Brady and Ms Fewster, who have 23 years experience between them, to the group.

“We’re so excited to have Deborah and Jody join our family,” he said.

“They’re fantastic performers and bring a wonderful depth of knowledge and expertise to the table and we look forward to supporting them as they develop their very own business.”

Ms Brady and Ms Fewster said they were excited about taking the next step in their real estate careers and building their business together.

Ms Brady said she has always been passionate about real estate and the property industry.

“I’ve always loved it and now I’m really excited to run my own business for the first time,” she said.

“It’s one of the most exciting things I’ve ever done.”

When she started in real estate, Ms Fewster said her original intention was that it would be a stepping stone, but that she just fell in love with selling homes.

“It’s never about just one sale, we’re building lifetime relationships,” she said.

“Cottesloe, Peppermint Grove and Mosman Park offer a range of property types, from luxury multi-million dollar waterfront properties to small apartments, but we want to sell everything in and around our neighbourhood.”