Aimee Therese Marsh

PHOTO: Aimee Therese Marsh

In a shocking downfall, Brisbane’s self-proclaimed “No. 1 real estate agent” has been dismissed from her position for ridiculing tenants on a local Facebook group. Aimee Therese Marsh, once a high-achieving agent at Ray White Aspley in the northern panike air jordan 11 midnight navy cheap lace front wigs best sex toy for couples Human Hair Wigs nike air jordan store wig stores lace front wigs nike air max 270 womens customize jersey basketball customized jerseys wigs sale nike air max sale nfl fantasy wig stores cowboys football rt of the city, was abruptly terminated on Tuesday.

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On her professional social media page, which has since been removed, Ms. Marsh launched scathing attacks on tenants, branding them as a “disgrace” and “irrelevant.” She even added a laughing emoji while remarking, “Half of them don’t even own homes in Griffin.”

In another interaction, she concurred with a fellow social media user who belittled tenants as “nobodies.” She wrote, “They probably earn 50k a year and envy me. I pay more in taxes than they make, or I might as well be covering their Centrelink payments.”

From her personal Facebook account, she posted another comment: “Jealousy is a curse, and money controls people and emotions lol. I can’t wait to sell the houses they rent hehe.” These comments have been removed, and her social media profiles have disappeared, with her personal accounts now locked.

Ray White spokeswoman Alex Tilbury stated to that Ms. Marsh’s views were incongruent with the company’s values. She explained, “As a result, we made the business decision to terminate her employment yesterday. We respect and value everyone in our community… We apologize to anyone who may have been offended, as well as to any members of our community who found these views offensive.”

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Ray White has offered Ms. Marsh counseling through its employee assistance program. This marks a dramatic fall from grace for the young woman.

In January, her former employer had bestowed upon her the title of “Agent of the Month” for achieving $3.7 million in sales. Her Ray White profile praised her “exceptional understanding of a customer’s needs and wants” and highlighted her background in high-intensity customer service roles, emphasizing her commitment to customer satisfaction. With a stellar 4.9-star rating from customers, 80 out of 94 reviews awarded her five stars, often referring to her as “Brisbane’s No. 1 agent.”

Some of the Facebook posts which got Ms Marsh into trouble. Picture: Facebook

One satisfied client effused, “There is a reason Aimee is the no. 1 agent in her area. She gets the results you want, in the timeline that you want. Excellent communicator and a pleasure to deal with, no challenge is too large!”

Another described her as a “gem of an agent,” citing her approachability, relatability, and efficiency. Yet another client thanked her for her “professionalism, enthusiasm, and commitment to selling their property,” appreciating her for making the process stress-free.

Ms Marsh’s Ray White profile.

Ms. Marsh declined to comment to but indicated that she was contemplating legal action against Ray White.


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