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Growing up in Berowra, on the edge of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, provided the perfect setting for Glenn who revelled in sport and the great outdoors. Small business owners for over three decades, Glenn has inherited the same values and work ethic that were modelled by his parents. In fact he began his sales career behind the counter of his parent’s local hardware store.
A significant factor in shaping his philosophy and approach to business has been Glenn’s military service. Joining the army after high school, Glenn was earmarked for one of the military’s highest and most exclusive honours – the Special Forces Selection Programme. Serving as a Commando both locally and abroad for seven years, Glenn’s unique skills allowed him to work on such diverse projects as the UN peacekeeping operations in East Timor, the Sydney Olympics, Rugby World Cup 2003 and the safe recovery of Australian nationals caught in regional turmoil. These missions required acute situational awareness: Glenn attributes his problem-solving skills and the ability to perform under pressure directly to his military service.
After the completion of his service, Glenn held senior executive roles with International Corporations located in the Middle East. During this time he demonstrated impressive business acumen by successfully negotiating several multi-million dollar construction contracts.
Upon returning to Australia in 2012, Glenn established Curran Property, which has enjoyed consistent growth and strong market share. He established a great track record of successfully marketing and selling marque properties, particularly in well-established markets like Sydney’s North Shore with notable results including the $11.8m sale of Ballernoo in Killara. Glenn is passionate about raising the general public’s perception of the industry. Glenn also actively embraces new technology. He was a pioneer of HD video production and now also incorporates cloud-based 3D virtual tours. “We’re always looking at new ways we can assist our vendors in getting the right marketing technology platform to help drive their property sale”.
Glenn is an active supporter of community-based initiatives across a number of areas. Glenn is a major sponsor of the Gordon Rugby Club and he’s particularly happy to see his involvement benefitting not only the Highlander’s push for the Shute Shield but also the development of local juniors. Glenn would welcome the opportunity to discuss your property related matters anytime on 0418437896
Glenn's Latest Articles
Glenn Curran wins 2016 North Shore Businessperson of the year
Off market selling: Is it a good option?
Social media: It’s more than just a sales tool
How your culture will affect your future success
The rise of the Millennial Generation: How does real estate adapt?
Glenn Curran presents at 'Business of Real Estate'
The rise of the 'smart home': Will it add value to your property?
3 reasons why the upper North Shore is a hot spot
Property and the Federal election: What you need to know
3 reasons why selling this winter makes perfect sense
3 ways mobility is changing real estate
The importance of your community in creating a leading business
Savvy Sydneysiders still seeing great results
Fear or ignorance? 5 Reasons why you can’t fall behind in embracing technology
5 skills successful agents of the future will have in common
Your reputation is the most valuable thing you own.
It may be the end for the 'corner shop' real estate, but not the end of the agent!
Under-quoting: Fact or fiction?
It might be cooler, but the bubble isn’t going to burst
Highly Defined – Make sure you stand out from the crowd!
Technology should be your friend, not your enemy.
Does your agent really need local knowledge?
Off the plan, and out of pocket!
Curran adopts Third Floor 3D technology
The hidden cost of non-compliance
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