In 33 years selling real estate Peter has represented many sellers and buyers, proudly working with some of them many times over.
Real Estate is a rewarding career, one that gives Peter much personal satisfaction and challenge; He enjoys living and working in Werribee and his work extends his circle of friends to the many he meets whilst doing his job.
Peter has always worked in Werribee, firstly running the family business, a Service Station in Watton Street, and then joining Bob Westwood in Real Estate.
“My involvement in the motor trade, and the many guys I grew up with, have lead me to an interest in commercial and industrial real estate;” says Peter, ”I’ve leased many factories and shops and currently I manage in excess of 180 premises.”
Peter has seen many changes in Werribee, including the name change to Wyndham; new residential sub-divisions have opened up and Peter sold land on many of these estates.
“However some things never change, I believe that people still prefer good service and that is one of the things that stands out about our real estate business compared to others.” With real estate transactions becoming more complicated than ever, sellers and buyers know they can trust Peter as their sales agent, and the people who stand behind him to support me in the administration of their real estate business.
Married to Gwen, a midwife at the Werribee Mercy Hospital, Peter & Gwen love to travel and experience different cultures. They have three girls; Nicole, Michelle and Belinda, one grandson Timothy and four grand-daughters Eve, McKenzie, Elizabeth and Charlotte.
We have a great team at First National Westwood, with some younger sales people bringing new ideas and enthusiasm to add to the experience and local knowledge of the more seasoned sales people.
“After all these years, I still enjoy training and learning new ideas, and the First National group has given me the opportunity to meet many new people from real estate businesses all around Australia. I’d be proud to represent you in your next real estate transaction.”