Principal and Director of Four Walls Commercial Property, Bobby Suminoski, has recently been announced as a Committee Member for the Commercial Chapter of the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW).
REINSW prides itself as being both the largest and most influential association of real estate professionals in NSW. The institute grants working professionals in the industry access to a wealth of knowledge, support and training, and commits itself to ensuring that its members are able to create and maintain a competitive edge in the market. As the peak industry body, they also lobby government at all levels on property related polices and legislation.
As the Principal/Director of Four Walls Commercial specialising in asset management, sales, leasing and project marketing, Bobby brings over 20 years of experience as a real estate agent to his appointment with REINSW.
Bobby established Four Walls Commercial in 2006, following the realisation that the best way to provide exceptional levels of service to his customers was through becoming a more dynamic operator. In the nine years since, Four Walls Commercial has been able to continue and establish strong rapport and relationships with some of the larger and most active developers in the Hunter region.
Bobby says he is looking forward to starting his new role as a REINSW Commercial Chapter Committee member, and aims to utilise his wealth of experience and knowledge within the real estate sector to get the job done.
Four Walls Commercial is an independent boutique commercial agency specialising in Asset Management, Sales & Leasing and Project Marketing.
Established in November 2006, the principal and sole director Bobby Suminoski, with over 20 years experience in commercial property under a corporate real estate agency, realised the only way to provide exceptional levels of service to select clients in the marketplace was to become a smaller more dynamic operator. In realising this dream Four Walls Commercial has been able to continue and establish strong rapport and relationships with some of the larger and most active developers in the region.