Jay Cleary Principal - Cleary Fairbrother Property
Principal Jay Cleary of Cleary Fairbrother Property has worked tirelessly over the last thirteen years to become one of the area’s most outstanding agents and leading authorities. Living in Bathurst his entire life Jay is known for his exceptional master negotiation skills and ability to sell in a correctional market where experience counts. He knows the area back to front, and specialises in all types of residential property.
Communication is the key to Jay’s success. From the initial enquiry, through negotiation, right through to settlement, Jay keeps his clients’ informed at every stage of the process. He listens to your needs and his after-sales service goes above and beyond.
Jay prides himself on doing all the little things very well. Honesty, ethics, and respect are the driving qualities that make up his impeccable professionalism, and his enthusiasm and sense of humour endear him to clients, as many have testified.
Jay is a family man and loves spending time with his wife Louise and their two lovely girls. He is part of the local cricket community and is a passionate Rabbitohs supporter.
Jay understands that the sale of your property is one of the most emotional and fraught times of your life. He will be there for you, listen to you, support you with his expertise, guide you with integrity and celebrate with you when you achieve your dream result.
Jay is an expert on the Bathurst region, he is committed to showcasing your property to the largest possible audience with the resources of the entire Smile Elite and Sydney Country Living Group instantly available, creating a competitive edge to deliver the highest possible price.
2021 Rate My Agent – Agent of the Year – Eglinton
2021 Rate My Agent – Agency of the Year – Eglinton
2021 Rate My Agent – Top 2 Agency of the Year – Bathurst
2021 Rate My Agent – Top 3 Agent of the Year – Bathurst
2020 Rate My Agent – Top 3 Agent of the Year – City of Bathurst
2020 Rate My Agent – Top 5 Agency of the Year – City of Bathurst