Kilsyth Basketball and Bell Real Estate Montrose have extended their partnership to support community basketball and a real estate leader in the outer easter suburbs.
Bell Montrose – a major supporter of Kilsyth Basketball since 2018 – services the entire outer Eastern Suburbs whether it is for buying, selling, property management or general real estate advice.
In an ever-changing property market, Bell Real Estate remains at the forefront of the industry. With its longevity across the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley, a proven history of maximising sales prices and investor profits, and a long list of record-breaking results, Bell Real Estate is perfectly-placed to remain the agency of choice well into the future.
“We love supporting our local community, especially in these unprecedented times,” Bell Montrose director Ryan Bell said.
“Locals support locals.”
Kilsyth Basketball CEO, Will van Poppel, is excited to have Bell Montrose back on board as major partner and is looking forward to expanding the mutually beneficial partnership between two industry leaders for years to come.
“We’re thrilled to have Bell Montrose back on board as a partner of our association,’ van Poppel said.
“The Bell team have been terrific supporters of Kilsyth Basketball and the local community in general, and we encourage anyone in need of real estate services to give Bell a call.”
For more information on Bell Montrose, visit their website below or give them a call on 8761 0688
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