There are more women in Australian real estate now than ever before. Women are also securing more management positions with some of the biggest brands around the country. Sharon Bennie chats about the rise of women in real estate.
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women in real estate I feel like at the moment there's more women in real estate than there kind of has ever been you would probably see that before me that's something that you're seeing in real estate at the moment? definitely what I love is more women in management positions yeah that's also you know Leanne Pilkington yeah REI Kylie Walsh is long time been in franchise and heading up DI Jones the most influential people just came out by elite magazine yesterday and there was 21 movement women named out of 50 so almost equality yeah that's awesome so it's nice to see more women at management what's really interesting though is women are applying for the same roles as what men are but they look for different things so in the advertisements they're looking at collaborative wording I did an article a couple of weeks ago where I was speaking about which roles women apply for and in the requirements for roles women will generally rule themselves out if they don't meet two or three of that criteria they typically won't apply whereas men are like Oh sounds like me, i just apply anyway so it's interesting the way that the dynamics work even before a woman gets her CV across to a employer a particular role yep do you find that you place more women in so your property management roles than your sales roles? so I mean I definitely seen more women starting to be in I guess the sales roles we is typically a male-dominated I guess role but I don't know how are you seeing those kind of two things yeah good question women are typically drawn to the caretaker roles so that does mean your property management There's been a rise of strata management anything that's off the back of the development boom. and of course you have been marketing support style roles sales is still a tough one for women or are in family arrangement yeah sure and not that it should be so there have been really prominent women in sales and a lot of women coming through the ranks that are doing exceptionally well yeah and you know certainly blitzing the market but I still find most women coming into the market are in the supporting caretaker positions yep