Mehri Roses

Mehri Roses

Blackshaw Tuggeranong

Blackshaw Tuggeranong

'Peter Blackshaw House', 8/33 Gartside Street, Wanniassa ACT 2903

About Mehri Roses

Mehri has lived in the Tuggeranong valley for 40 years and has actively worked within the real estate industry for the past 25 years.

Her passion for the industry is demonstrated on a daily basis through focus, attention to detail and honesty. She is driven by the desire to deliver excellent customer service and always strives to exceed the needs of her clients.

Mehri's thorough knowledge of Canberra and in particular the Tuggeranong region, along with her proven track record shows Mehri can be relied upon to provide qualified and up-to-the-minute real estate advice whether you are buying or selling.

Mehri's extensive knowledge and high level of enthusiasm are easily recognisable. She consistently develops suitable sales strategies to suit her client needs in the ever-changing marketplace, all while delivering a high level of professionalism. Mehri's energetic, cheerful, friendly demeanour and integrity make her a reliable and honest agent who enjoys long term relationships with her clients. Her relationships can be noted as resulting in a high level of repeat and referral business.

Mehri has been married for 35 years and has raised three successful grown up children, Jason, Sarah & Jonathan. Having raised them all with values and ambition, they have all been successful in their chosen fields.

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Listings by Mehri Roses

Mehri Roses
Blackshaw Tuggeranong
'Peter Blackshaw House', 8/33 Gartside StreetWanniassa ACT 2903
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