Leonidas Proestos listed among Penrith’s top real estate agents


The top real estate agents in the Greater Western Sydney suburb of Penrith have been revealed and Leonidas Proestos has been named on the list.

According to The Daily Telegraph, Leonidas from Property Central Penrith made 62 sales in 2021 totalling $45,375,384.

He says he has ‘the Nidas touch,’ with everything he puts his hand on turning to ‘sold,’ and gets satisfaction out of delivering results.

“Most people have lived in their home for a long time and have put blood sweat and tears into making it a home. They deserve the maximum result that’s out there,” Leonidas told the newspaper.

But does he have any tips for those considering selling or buying?

“Don’t be afraid to ask local real estate agents questions. Most of us are friendly,” he concluded.

Source: The Daily Telegraph.




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