Real Estate Experience
10 years servicing Redland City and South East Brisbane.
Dimity Kennedy Profile
Dimity is a Co-Owner of Cream Property with a demonstrated history of working in all Sales, Property Management and Real Estate Agency Administration & Corporate Governance.
Dimity is highly skilled in Contract Negotiation, Advertising & Marketing, Resolution, Real Property, and Property Asset Management. Dimity has a strong professional background and is a Licenced Real Estate Agent, with a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety from University of Technology, Sydney and Registered Nursing.
Dimity has extensive experience and a high level of expertise in managing multiple deadlines, providing analysis and developing solutions and implementing actions/recommendations. She is a born communicator and facilitates customer satisfaction by connecting and communicating fluidly. She is a collaborative team player who works well in challenging, fast-paced environments where interpersonal, negotiation and communication skills are vital.
Real Estate has always been Dimity's passion, her grandfather was a master builder so lived and breathed building houses and the strong belief “Do the job right the first time ” was inherited from her grandfather is applied every day when dealing with people in real estate. She is very experienced in property renovation, preparing properties for sale and achieving top results along with her partner Glen Stevens.
As a Team, Glen and Dimity have a high level of compassion and understanding for their clients and through collaboration achieve the best result for their clients. Dimity’s approach to Real Estate is one of authenticity and is solution focused.
A full list of Dimity’s business experience & interests can be found on her LinkedIn profile below.
Dimity is currently exploring Bush walking with Glen her partner when they both can get away.
As most woman do, Dimity loves to shop.
She loves the outdoors and loves to fish, & kayak around the Redlands and walk and cycle the many tracks along the Moreton Bay.