I’ve been in the Conveyancing industry on and off for the last 21 years, with a break for family, and a sideways step to be a Body Corporate Manager for 2 years. My main specialties are assisting clients with their sales and purchases, but my true passion is working on all the quirky/unusual stuff. Think Community Developments, Conversions, Amendments to Communities & Strata Plans.
Working in smaller firms in the past has provided me with a wide and varied view on documentation and legislative requirements. If I don’t know the answer, I’m never shy to say “leave it with me, I’ll get back to you with the best way to move forward”.
Like many who “fall” into Conveyancing, I had no idea what a Conveyancer did, but I’ve found my true calling with delivering on my clients needs, or where I am unable to assist, providing details of others either within our team, or external where possible.
My superpower, good or bad, is making people giggle. I’m also a mass Fantasy Book reader, and I’m currently reading a lot of Sarah J Maas or Lynette Noni.
What Eckermanns Values mean to me?
Respecting clients individual needs, looking after my clients with dignity regardless of their individuality.
Providing key updates to my clients and the relevant parties to the transaction. Always offering to answer questions they have at any time during the process.
Providing solutions to clients when there might be a problem. Discussing potential problems and finding solutions for my clients so they know that if it does go down that path, we have a plan.
Teamwork and Collaboration
I’m always up for assisting my fellow team members with either knowledge I’ve gained over my time in the industry, or listening to their expertise and bringing our ideas together to benefit our clients.
Providing consistency with how I deal with clients, whether they are the first time they’ve worked with me, or repeat clients.
Looking to provide simplicity in what is becoming a more complex industry day to day.
Committing to innovation for the team, always looking at how we can do things better for legislative requirements.