VICTORIA
In Conversation With: Brett Ayles - 1 Village Project Marketing
Posted by Development Ready on Aug 07, 2017

Developers Corner chatted Brett Ayles of 1 Village Project Marketing and discussed curent market trends, the do's & dont's and also what buyers are looking for when it comes to off the plan purchases. 

 

ABOUT BRETT;

Specialising in property development, he has both sold and purchased on behalf of some of Melbourne's largest developers, while equally assisting first timers gather the required information to make a start.

Whilst taking a holistic, consultative approach to his clients and their needs, Brett is an honest, approachable professional whose mindset is devoted to helping his clients achieve success.

While often seen meeting with clients in local coffee shops with rolls of building plans in-hand, in his own time Brett enjoys feeding his competitive nature on the race track, reading and spending time with his fianceè Kesley.

Contact Brett and the team to discuss your upcoming development project. 
Brett Ayles 
[email protected]
0401 228 484



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