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CRS Property Secures Top Talent Marc Carbone

The ability to attract top-tier talent is the hallmark of a thriving company. 

With the announcement that local commercial real estate leaders, CRS Property, will welcome Marc Carbone to its dynamic team, the company is thrilled to take their commitment to excellent service and real estate expertise up another notch. 

As an Executive Sales & Leasing Consultant for CRS Property, Marc is dedicated to delivering first class results for our clients by leveraging the company’s combined 80-plus years of commercial property experience. 

Prior to joining the team at CRS Property, Marc grossed more than 20 years’ experience in both the Melbourne and Gold Coast commercial property markets, where he has successfully transacted for ASX Listed Corporations, Mortgagees, Receivers, State Governments and an impressive list of private clients. 

In recent years, Marc has sold commercial assets including: industrial buildings, industrial complexes, development sites, land subdivisions, medical, national tenanted investments, service stations, government facilities and restaurants. 

These results have been achieved by delivering targeted, innovative, accountable marketing campaigns on behalf of his loyal clients. His talents were recognised by his industry peers when Marc was honoured to be named as an Award Winning Member of REIQ 2018 Queensland Commercial Agency of The Year.  

According to Ross Mercorillo, Director at CRS Property, the appointment of Marc as the company’s latest team member reinforces the proud CRS Property reputation as a company that is progressive, dedicated and professional - genuine leaders in their competitive field.         

Marc’s new connection with CRS Property will be another positive step towards an even brighter future as commercial property experts in Australia. 

For more information about Marc Carbone joining CRS Property, both Marc Carbone and Ross Mercorillo are available for interview. 

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