About Rob and Gillian Dargusch

Rob and Gillian Dargusch have successfully worked in the real estate industry throughout the greater Ipswich region since 2003.

They have striven diligently to achieve the best possible outcome for every client and have negotiated deals on everything from single bedroom units to multi-million dollar development projects.

Both award-winning agents understand the importance of maintaining a high level of expertise in communication, which involves adapting to advancements in the digital marketing realm.

Yet at the core of it all is the enjoyment they gain from meeting and assisting people along the way.

“You have to listen, you have to direct, you have to combine your experience with your clients’ wishes,” Gillian said.

“You need to be forthright and be a good negotiator, for buying and selling, no matter what the outside factors are.”

It truly is a case of strength in numbers when it comes to working with Rob and Gillian as their skills perfectly complement each other.  “We really do combine our strengths to be flexible and work with a variety of clients.”

This team believes attitude and persistence are key factors when it comes to securing sales success.Rob and Gillian were previously the recipients of First National Real Estate’s highest accolades for Sales Success and held Platinum Award Status for Queensland Sales Agents before joining the NGU Team in 2017.
In 2018 they were recognised by NGU for their service and performance and elevated to NGU Elite Agents.

Rob and Gillian Dargusch's Properties

Client Testimonials

"We sold our beloved family home which we spent over 20 years raising our children. We couldn’t have..."

Louise (Seller)

Client Testimonials

"Rob and Gillian worked tirelessly to sell our property, nothing was too much trouble for them and they..."

Gloria & Peter

Client Testimonials

"My Husband and I had several appraisals on our property as it was a huge thing for us to sell.  As soon..."

Russell & Michelle

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