Getting to know Mel Ramos

When: Fri 24 Nov 2017
Getting to know Mel Ramos


Tell us about yourself 
Hi Guys! My name is Melissa but everyone calls me Mel and I’ve now been part of the Warralily team for 12 months. I’m originally from Sydney and moved to Melbourne just over 5 years ago and it was the best decision we ever made except I’m still unsure about the weather! I’m based in Melbourne and live with my partner Sam, our 2 boys Jayden who is 9 and Lucas who is 6 as well as our husky Kaia. What I enjoy doing most is spending time with my family especially my extended family back home, eating at new cafes and restaurants, SHOPPING and watching TV shows!
Where have you worked before Warralily?
When we moved down from Sydney, I got lucky and landed a role working for Stockland in Truganina and Clyde North which is where my journey all began. I then moved on to selling townhouses and apartments in Sunshine and Heidelberg which I loved as it was a new challenge and a completely different product. Once these developments were sold out I then came back to selling land in Greenvale, Plumpton and now in Armstrong Creek at Warralily.
What do you love about working at Warralily?
The best part about working at Warralily is seeing how excited clients are once they’ve just purchased land whether they’re buying their first home, upsizing or downsizing their new family home or purchasing their first or fifth investment property. I also love being able to speak to new people every day and seeing how diverse the community is – in any one day I can speak to someone in their early 20s to someone in their 70s and listening to what brought them to Warralily. 

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