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10 Australian Real Estate Influencers To Follow On Twitter

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Most Australian property and real estate identities are happy to share their knowledge and experiences - though, not necessarily all their IP!Twitter is a perfect medium for sharing updates, information, links and opinions.

Here are 10 Australian Real Estate influencers we think you should follow.

Please let us know in the comments below who you follow for inspiration.
Stephen Conry Follow @StephenConry
Stephen is JLL chief executive officer for Australia, based in Brisbane. JLL is a professional services and investment management firm offering specialised real estate services to clients seeking increased value by owning, occupying and investing in real estate. The firm won 15 awards at the International Property Awards Asia Pacific in 2016.

Tweets by StephenConry

Romilly Madew Follow @RomillyMadew
Romilly is passionate about creating sustainable buildings, communities and cities. She is chief executive of the Green Building Council of Australia and board member of the World Green Building Council.

Tweets by RomillyMadew

Tim Lawless Follow @timlawless
Tim is CoreLogic RP Data’s self-confessed head research nerd, analysing real estate markets, demographics and economic trends across Australia.

Tweets by timlawless

Carol Schwartz Follow @cazzmelbourne

According to Carol's Twitter profile she is a passionate advocate for women in leadership, loves business and entrepreneurship, social enterprise, arts ... and general busybody. She is also a non-executive director of Stockland and a former national president of the Property Council of Australia. 

Tweets by cazzmelbourne

Daniel Grollo Follow @DanielGrollo

Daniel Grollo is executive chairman and sole owner of Grocon, Australia’s largest private property investment, development and construction company. Some of the iconic landmarks created by Grocon include the Rialto Towers, Eureka Tower and AAMI Park in Melbourne and No 1 Martin Place and 1 Bligh Street in Sydney.

Tweets by DanielGrollo

Danni Addison Follow @danni_addison

Danni is chief executive officer of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (VIC). She is a keen advocate for gender diversity in the property and development industry, making considerable effort to profile and grow the influence of women making a difference in the sector.

Tweets by danni_addison

Stefan Hajkowicz Follow @stefanhajkowicz
As a principal scientist in strategic foresight at CSIRO's Data61 Stefan's job involves exploring future trends, risks and scenarios to help people plan for change and make wiser choices.

Tweets by stefanhajkowicz

Bernard Salt Follow @BernardSalt
Demographer Bernard Salt is widely regarded as one of Australia's leading social commentators by business and the media. He is a partner in the Australian firm of the global advisory business KPMG. He writes two weekly columns for "The Australian" newspaper and is one of the most in-demand speakers on the corporate speaking circuit.

Tweets by BernardSalt

Ken Morrison Follow @KenMorrison

Ken Morrison is the chief executive of the Property Council of Australia, the national representative of the property industry. Ken is passionate about the future of our cities. He is an advocate for the property industry creating prosperity, jobs and strong communities.

Tweets by kenmorrison

Chris Isles Follow @chris_isles_

Chris is a Director and the National Planning Leader of Place Design Group. He is currently engaged with key development issues such as housing affordability, infrastructure charges, industrial planning, housing diversity, master planned communities and transit oriented development. He is an advocate for the future of cities, smart cities, big data and drinking good coffee.

Tweets by chris_isles_

And of course, for all your property news you should follow The Urban Developer Follow @TheUrbDev 

and also our publisher and founder Adam Di Marco Follow @Adam_DiMarco

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