New Doncaster Office for Noel Jones

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Local independent real estate business Assisi Real Estate has recently joined Noel Jones Real Estate group and as of February commenced trading as Noel Jones Doncaster.

Real estate veterans Frank and Daniel D’Assisi will be joined by Greg Bowring and David Fileccia, both local agents and auctioneers of almost 20 years. Daniel, Greg and David will be Co-Directors in this new stage of the business.

The D’Assisi name boasts a rich heritage in the Doncaster and Greater Manningham area, with their office being located high on Doncaster Hill for the past 25 years. The family’s connection to the area stems back three generations and even boasts a local street D’Assisi Court being named after Frank’s father, one of the area’s original market gardeners.

The Noel Jones Directors welcome Assisi Real Estate to the group and look forward to working with the team. Joining forces with such a well-established agency is a perfect fit for the group, strategically linking the eastern corridor and building upon the success of the Ringwood, Mitcham, Blackburn, Box Hill, Balwyn, Glen Iris, and Camberwell offices.

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