Alex Gayl of Ray White Pennant Hills delivers results for the local area and has done so with passion and integrity since 2014.
With high personal standards, Alex believes in "working tirelessly" (in his client's words) and ensuring that his professionalism is on display in everything he does.
Alex has a deep background in real estate with his first job starting in 1996 at his Grandfather's real estate agency in Los Angeles, CA while in high school. After high school, Alex graduated with honours from Westmont College a local university in Santa Barbara, CA with a bachelor in Business and Economics. Following a time in Hong Kong, Alex moved to Sydney 2003.
Alex is a strong proponent of living in the community he sells in and has lived locally for the past 13 years. Alex is also active in the local school communities, sporting clubs and a local church.
Alex is delighted to present the following testimonials from clients pleased with the service he provided:
"Professional, understanding and supportive"
"We’d been in touch with Alex many times over the years and finally, when we were ready, we were very pleased to have him as our agent. As well as being a thorough gentleman, Alex worked tirelessly to sell our property for us."
"I am a property investor and over years I have come across quite a number of agents, and no one is as good as Alex. From our first meeting, he makes you feel very comfortable with his professionalism, great manners, and wealth of knowledge in realty. He walks you through all the steps, and plans together with you strategies that will get your house sold. He is always early for each and every open house we had, making sure everything is done correctly. And of course he updates you either verbally after each opening, or in writing with a structured report."
"As first home buyers, we were very happy with Alex as our real estate agent. He is understanding, knowledgeable and friendly. Alex is well organised and communicates clearly. From start to finish it has been a very positive buying experience."