EST8 Agency

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EST8 Agency is a boutique full service real estate company located at 10/100 Collins St Melbourne.

Nic Cuni, one of Melbourne’s most dynamic and well known project marketing professionals, founded EST8 Agency Nic has been in the industry for over a decade, as a successful Director at a Fortune 500 real estate agency and as a manager at the largest volume home builders in the nation.

EST8 Agency manages all facets of sales and project marketing. We have very strong wholesale relationships and retail presence.

We are the only choice if you are looking for an agency to take control and deliver results.

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Nic Cuni
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+61 (0) 424 523 532
Address: 
100 Collins Street Level 10
3000 Melbourne , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU

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