“You’re not like any other agent” is something Cameron is frequently told. From a modest upbringing around Lake Macquarie on the New South Wales coast, Cameron moved to Canberra to take an opportunity to work in the public service in 2007. What was intended to be temporary turned into an almost five year stint as Cameron found himself at home in a city he has fallen in love with, and he has now found a career that allows him to put his time towards the service of others.
Since making the career change from the public service to real estate in 2013, Cameron has received industry awards for ‘Rookie of the Year’ and ‘RateMyAgent - Agent of the Year’, been a guest speaker at interstate real estate conventions and built a following of loyal clients turned friends. He attributes all of this to his passion for helping others achieve their goals, and wants nothing but to be able to give something back to people that is priceless - time.
Whether you’re buying or selling your home, you need a dedicated agent you can rely on to make a stressful process simple, be at the top of their game and deliver the results you and your family need. Being a current shot put world champion and world record holder and a previous Australian rowing champion, Cameron knows plenty about goals, hard work, dedication and obligation, and firmly believes that “how you do one thing, is how you do everything” - it is along these lines that he is currently preparing for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and has his sights set on the Tokyo Paralympics in 2020.
Between his career in real estate and ongoing involvement in elite sport, Cameron still finds time to be heavily involved as a volunteer firefighter with the ACT Rural Fire Service (since 2013), and a committee member of the Ginninderra Athletics Club.