After graduating from Cranbrook School and completing a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of New South Wales, Courtney gained invaluable experience in the finance industry before launching his real estate sales career in 2015. Having honed his skills in the Eastern Suburbs’ high-end property market, Courtney joined the team at Phillips Pantzer Donnelly to work alongside sales agent Anthony Puntigam. Hardworking and client focused, Courtney is on hand to assist Anthony across all facets of the sales process from listing through to settlement.

Born and bred in the Eastern Suburbs, Courtney has an in-depth understanding of the local market and is proactive in his approach. His unwavering dedication and trustworthy nature make Courtney a valued member of the sales team and ensure that clients receive an exceptional level of service.

“Dear Anthony, I have thanked Courtney along the way and I hope I have conveyed my appreciation to him but I certainly wanted to let you know how fantastic he has been in getting the house ready for sale. Nothing has ever been too much trouble. As I do not live in Sydney there is no way I could have pulled all those tradesmen out of my hat particularly when some were needed at the last minute. I love Courtney’s demeanour. He is polite, has impeccable manners and he listens. Such a good trait. The thing that impresses me the most however, is his calmness. Yes definitely his calmness. Thanks goes to you too Anthony. I look forward to working with you both over the next few weeks.” Lisa

“We were delighted with the result and would definitely use Anthony again and will be recommending him to friends and neighbours. His assistant Courtney Wong was also very professional and a delight to deal with.” Helen

“After many stressful months our beautiful terrace is now sold. Anthony and Courtney, what a professional, energetic and effective team. Now I know why PPD has such high sales. This real estate agency is so lucky to have these two guys on their staff. Thank you so much.” Karina, Waverley