5 Peatey Street, Kepnock
Great Brick Home - Excellent for First Home Buyers or Investors
A familiar face and trusted name in the Bundaberg & Greater Region, James Scarborough is an astute and highly experienced sales agent with over 15 years in the real estate industry. He has a can-do attitude and genuine passion for what he does and takes every effort to exceed his clients’ expectations. James is a natural communicator and seasoned professional who has worked across several sectors including residential, commercial, projects and developments.
James is happily married to Tamara and his family have lived in the area for over 30 years, in which time he has developed strong ties with the community. He has been and is currently an active and integral part of several organisations including the Harvest Kitchen (feeding the Homeless & not so fortunate) YMCA cricket Club & Rotary, he thoroughly understands the diverse demographic and lifestyle qualities of Bundaberg & Greater Region, down to the street level.
Specialising in the vibrant city fringe suburbs of Avenell Heights, Kalkie & Thabeban, James loves the diversity of the circa 1950’s cottage homes through to the architecturally built brand new properties, the community atmosphere, shopping village in these varied prospering locations. He combines his market knowledge and concern for his clients’ needs to develop carefully tailored strategies for each home, which he uses to push for the highest price possible.
Over many years (and varying market environments) James has built a vast clientele base with many desirable connections. He lives in Avenell Heights & his passion & commitment to the area has seen great results for its property owners.
Given ANP’s brand of integrity, transparency, honesty, and top price in the shortest time strategy; James is proud to be part of a household name with such a close correlation to his own approach to sales and business. When looking for an agent with experience, professionalism and commitment look no further than James Scarborough.