Meet Scarlett Leung,

Your Newstead Property Specialist

Sales Associate

Meet Scarlett Leung,

Your Newstead Property Specialist

Sales Associate

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About Me

Introducing Scarlett Leung 梁嘉嘉, the latest asset to the Rissman Property team, serving as our dedicated Sales Associate. Originally arriving in Australia to pursue studies in Education, Scarlett transitioned to the world of real estate, drawn by her deep-seated passion for the industry.

Scarlett's professional journey reflects a commitment to understanding the diverse needs of her clients. What she cherishes most about her role is the opportunity to build meaningful relationships by actively listening to clients' property stories and earning their trust to help them achieve their unique goals.

At the heart of Scarlett's approach is a belief in accountability and responsibility. Recognizing the significance of property transactions in people's lives, she emphasises the importance of being an accountable and responsible agent, contributing valuable insights to both the team and the selling process.

A standout aspect of Scarlett's profile is her multilingual background as a migrant, enabling her to effortlessly bridge language and cultural gaps. This skill allows her to connect authentically with individuals from various backgrounds worldwide.

As a property owner in the vibrant community of Newstead, Scarlett brings a personal touch to her role, actively participating in the community alongside her extended family. Her unique perspective as a resident adds depth to her understanding of the local market and the needs of the community.

Scarlett Leung's journey with Rissman Property signifies more than just a career change—it represents a commitment to a lifestyle centred around genuine connections, accountability, and a love for the vibrant community of Newstead.

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