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Bodey Reynoldson

Sales and Marketing Consultant

bodey.reynoldson@raywhite.com

Only wanting to provide himself with the best possible training available, having been named the No.1 ranked office in QLD (REB, 2019) and with a professional, honest family approach, Bodey’s decision to operate through Ray White Robina was simple.

Trained and supported by such a highly regarded office, Bodey quickly formed a high-performance based team specialising in creating competitive buying environments which endlessly produced premium sale prices as well as establishing both street and suburb records.

Ray White NSW has now tasked him to bring his tested processes and proven desire for over-exceeding his clients expectations to his hometown area of Northern Rivers.

With his first sale setting a Kingscliff complex record both in terms of price and days on market, Bodey’s relentless hunger to deliver premium results can be seen in every transaction without fail. His business model of only handling an exclusive amount of listings at any one time ensures it stays this way.

If you are after a very bespoke and innovative approach to marketing your property and sealing it with elite negotiation skills, please contact Bodey on the details above. Available 7 days a week.

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Having grown up around development projects and residential construction, initially residing in Broadbeach and Mermaid Beach, Bodey was educated at Somerset College and furthered his studies by graduating from the University of Queensland equipped with a Bachelor of Accounting and Information Systems.

Spending the last decade living between beautiful Casuarina and Kingscliff, he had the privilege of working in a wide-range of occupations from customer service and charity work through to landscape design, demolitions and renovations. Coupling this experience with a love for the local area, a genuine passion for people and a highly successful family background in both property and business, transitioning into the world of real estate was inevitable.