Johnston Withers

Fiona Woolfitt.

Registered conveyancer

Fiona Woolfitt is a registered conveyancer who joined the Johnston Withers team in August 2016.

Working on Ngarrindjeri lands (Murray Bridge)

“One of my first conveyancing jobs after I returned to the workforce was a lovely elderly couple moving from out of town into Murray Bridge. We were looking after their sale and they had a simultaneous purchase. This is a very stressful time for anyone, and it involved much back and forward to get both settlements across the line. A few days after their settlements had gone through, the couple came into the office with a gift and a very heartfelt note to say thank you and how much it meant to them.”

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Fiona's qualifications

  • Registered conveyancer
  • Bachelor of Business (Property) – Valuation

Fiona's experience

Fiona grew up in the Murray Mallee region, and returned to the region with her young family in 2013. She loves the sense of community and everything country life has to offer, and has a first-hand understanding of the farming industry and the complexity of farming property transactions.

Fiona's expertise

As a registered conveyancer, Fiona represents the best interests of clients when buying or selling their most important financial asset. She’s skilled in many other fields related to the property industry, and has worked as a paralegal and, more recently, as a valuer for the state government. You can find Fiona in our Murray Bridge office every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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