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Ray White Cottesloe | Mosman Park expands its PM team

By Simone Raszyk

LEADING agency Ray White Cottesloe | Mosman Park has just welcomed Tiffany Ma as Senior Asset Manager in their property management team bringing more than five years of real estate industry experience to the role.

Ms Ma said she fell into property management by chance after buying her first home and has never looked back.

Prior to her career in real estate, Ms Ma came from a decade long career in finance giving her invaluable experience from around the world.

“I started at PricewaterhouseCoopers but then later worked as an internal auditor in the Hilton Hotel chain with service being one of the core values of the group,” she said.

“I travelled in Asia for a few years doing this role assessing systems and procedures in individual hotels.

“Finally, I moved back to Perth as the Finance Manager for Parmelia Hilton hotel before beginning a career in property management.”

Ms Ma will join Asset Business Development Manager Chelsea Lansdown and is looking forward to helping the team grow.

“This will be an amazing opportunity and I am really looking forward to building new blocks for our business and growing together as a team,” Ms Ma said.

Ms Ma is also multilingual and hopes to be able to offer a greater experience for people of different backgrounds.

Ray White Cottesloe | Mosman Park joint owners and directors Jody Fewster and Deborah Brady said they are both excited to welcome Ms Ma to their growing team.

“Tiffany has a depth of knowledge and analytic ability to be a great asset to our landlords and tenants alike,” Ms Fewster said.

In addition to Ms Ma, the office continues to grow their sales team by welcoming sales executives Chris Storey, Jen Lowe and Tonia McNeilly. Emily Naderi has also joined Ms Brady’s team as a sales associate with extensive experience in stockbroking.

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