Mark Anderson

Central Coast - Licensed Real Estate Agent

A little about me

It would be challenging to find anyone more ‘local’ than licensed real estate agent Mark Anderson. Not only was he born and raised on the Central Coast, his family immigrated to the area from Scotland in 1886.

Before commencing his real estate career in 2002, Mark was a qualified tradesman and a skilled residential stonemason. Seeking a new challenge, a friend suggested Mark’s natural affinity with people combined with his exceptional local knowledge and appreciation of property would make him an ideal candidate for a career in real estate sales.

From day one, Mark proved that he was anything but ‘just another agent’. Grounded in strong family values and community spirit, he was determined to do things his way and demonstrate that helping people sell their most significant financial asset carried an immense level of responsibility and was far more than just a job to him. While fortunate to start in a buoyant Central Coast property market, Mark has proven over the years that he has what it takes to achieve solid results and far lower than average days on market for his clients in all conditions, even the most challenging.

Mark’s passion for helping people achieve their property goals is reflected not only in his sales results but also in the number of testimonials and referrals he receives from his clients. He is known for his tireless work ethic, regular and transparent communication, down to earth yet professional demeanour, and ability to negotiate an outcome that regularly exceeds expectations.

Away from work, Mark enjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis and kicking a football with his two young sons. He is also actively involved in the local community. Mark first came to Wild Fig after being invited by his financial planner and Wild Fig founding member, Brett Dillon. He decided to join the group after realising he knew many of the members, all respected business people who share similar values and, like him, are passionate about what they do.