Otise Ouyang

Otise Ouyang

Cercis Property

Cercis Property

Shop 1, 81 Giles Street, Kingston ACT 2604

About Otise Ouyang

With more than 10 years of buy-side exposure to residential real estate investment, Otise is a founder of Cercis Property.

Not only is Otise an experienced real estate professional, but she has also honed her skills across many other industries, holding previous roles as a family office director, catholic school teacher, and marketing analyst for one of the Canberra's top regional vineyards.

With this broad range of experience, Otise has developed a unique understanding of the importance of community involvement, professionalism and maintaining a good reputation in all aspects of her working environment.

Otise is a graduate of Dickson College, ANU and University of Canberra which has helped her to become a highly accomplished and well-learned professional across a range of different fields.

As a real estate representative, Otise chooses to put her clients first at all times. She is always well-researched in the information she provides and prides herself on being someone her clients trust and genuinely enjoy working with.

Her reputation precedes her as any of her clients, past, present and future, will tell you just how efficient she is at helping them achieve the ultimate outcome for their property-based endeavours.

Otise loves working with the Cercis team and is excited to see the business expand and grow as more and more clients are welcomed on board.

Listing counts are for properties advertised on Allhomes in last 12 months
For sale
Avg. days advertised
Plus 2 properties sold as joint agent
Otise Ouyang
Cercis Property
Shop 1, 81 Giles StreetKingston ACT 2604
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