Principal, Ray White Woonona
Troy is a Director of Ray White Woonona and has been happily conducting Real Estate sales here since 2000. He has been a local in the area all his life. He attended Woonona Public School, Woonona High School and lives and works in Woonona. Growing up in the area with family from Wombarra and Thirroul, allows him the local knowledge required for expert advice. Troy is a family man, married with three children and is committed to his work environment. He sincerely enjoys helping families find or sell their home. His friendly and hard working nature, have made him many friends along the way with many choosing Troy for repeated business. He takes pride in his commitment to the public and has shared in a very successful career. Through his success’ he has been awarded with entry into the elite “Allan White Club”, for being in the top percentage of salespeople throughout the Ray White group. Troy enjoys most sports and believes in a balanced lifestyle. He has been affiliated with Woonona SLSC for most of his life and is a proud Life Member. He is passionate about the movement and enjoys competing, teaching life saving techniques and the social interaction. He has been awarded with the coveted “Club person of the year” trophy a total of 3 times and has been named as the “Illawarra Volunteer of the Year” as well as having received the “National Medal”for his outstanding commitment to his club, community and country.
"We were most grateful to find a real estate agent that is honest, not pushy and informative." Glenn Shultz & Valerie Giammarco. "Your friendly, approachable attitude and willingness to be helpful at all times is a credit to your character." Joan Fisher
Thank you for all the work you undertook on the recent sale of my property. Your business was thorough, precise, proactive, extremely responsive and very personable. No stone was left unturned and you responded immediately and comprehensively to any queries I had. The excellent price, gained in a very short period, I received for the property suggests I was right in my analysis. Kind regards Craig Pearce