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Ray White Frankston Welcomes Tamara Doubovtzeff

By Mikaela Fowler

Ray White Frankston welcomes Tamara Doubovtzeff, one of the highest performing agents in the outer south-east region of Melbourne, to join Australia’s largest real estate group! 

Originally from Gippsland and now living locally in Baxter,  Tamara brings with her 5 years of area and sales expertise with an impressive list of past sales to prove it! Her track record includes the likes of 126 Baden Powell Drive, Mount Eliza AKA “The Tree House,”  which was her first lifestyle property campaign on the Mornington Peninsula and 21 Cummins Lane, Mount Eliza, a sustainable Eco Retreat called “Tanderra” which she sold for $2.1 million.

These two specific sales are some of Tamara’s personal favourites as her passion for real estate is particularly pronounced when coupled with a tree top view and sustainable engineering. Tamara explained, “I have always had a strong interest in sustainable lifestyle alternatives, I purchased 11 acres of ‘land for wildlife’ acreage which was my introduction to living more sustainably.” She enjoys the resourcefulness of her eco-conscious Hybrid car and hopes to one day fulfill her long term dream of purchasing a sustainably conscious property, hillside of the earthy Red Hill region. 

Prior to a career in the real estate realm, Tamara completed her Bachelor in Business and Economics, majoring in Marketing, at Monash University. This background knowledge in the marketing and business sphere aids in her ability to design bespoke marketing campaigns highlighting each home’s unique selling features, this attention to detail is what sets Tamara apart from the crowd. If a razor-sharp marketing campaign is what you need, then Tamara is your agent! 

Ray White Frankston Principal Ashley Weston said he was thrilled to see Tamara Doubovtzeff join their leading family business. 

Welcome to the family Tamara!

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