A Real Estate Company With Vision

Our mission is to be the best. Not the biggest.

PRDnationwide Newcastle and Lake Macquarie have just been ranked #6 in Real Estate Business Magazine’s Top 50 Offices in Australia Ranking.

Since there are over 8000 real estate businesses in Australia, this should give you some idea of the magnitude of this accomplishment. PRD Newcastle and Lake Macquarie have 2 outlets in Newcastle CBD and Lake Street Warners Bay powered by one strong administrative hub, plus a dedicated Project Marketing team and display gallery.

The company is led by founding director Mark Kentwell, who still actively sells and in 12 years the company has become the choice of more home sellers than any competitor in the region (source REA / Domain sold properties)

Natalie is one of the best real estate agents we have ever dealt with. She has a great rapport with people and can also read them really well, which I think helped with us receiving the best price for our house. I would recommend Natalie to anyone selling a house. Thanks Nat

Seller of house in Adamstown, NSW

Natalie is a wonderful and friendly agent. She advised and helped us through the buying process. She assisted us with any queries we had regarding the property. We recommend buying or selling with PRD

Buyer of townhouse in Merewether, NSW

Natalie did an outstanding job selling our house. Her knowledge of the market coupled with her professionalism ensured the selling process was seamless.....and we were able to achieve our 'cartwheel down the road' price after only one viewing. We would not hesitate to engage her again as our selling… Read More

Seller of house in Adamstown, NSW

Guiding you from coast to coast

PRD Newcastle and Lake Macquarie have 3 outlets in Newcastle CBD, Lake Street Warners Bay, and Regent Street New Lambton powered by one strong administrative hub, plus a dedicated Project Marketing team and display gallery.

Sell Your Property With Newcastle’s Premier Real Estate Agents.

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