Coldwell Banker Barrier Reef

Josh Mezger has over 20 years of senior international real estate experience. Whether your intention is to buy or sell an investment property or sell your primary residence, you can be confident in Josh’s ability to deliver. Armed with a degree in International Relations from the University of Colorado, Josh joined the real estate community after a successful global career in resort development. Now specialising in the sale of high quality apartments and penthouse properties, Josh regularly achieves sales volumes in excess of $50 million each year. His long term experience in real estate negotiation throughout international locations ensures Josh is well equipped to deal with buyers of all backgrounds and needs. He is also fluent in Japanese. Josh is a registered member of the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia, and also holds current membership to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (Australia), National Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors and Sacramento Association of Realtors.

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0488 0388 05


233 Adelaide Terrace
Perth WA, 6000 AU

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