After 24 years with a major franchise group, in September 2001 Warwick rebranded and became an independent agency trading as Warwick Williams Real Estate.
Five years later the company opened a joint venture office with Payce Corporation at the Waterfront, Homebush Bay (now called Wentworth Point) and at the same time acquired a rent roll from yet another local real estate office.
In 2016 WWRE merged with Morton at Wentworth Point though Warwick remains a Director at Morton.
In 2017 Warwick celebrated his agency's 40th year and currently oversees a team of 28 and approximately 1500 managed properties.
The results reflect the leadership, drive and focus that Warwick employs. Warwick is a fair, tolerant and visionary employer and is extremely supportive of his staff. He has had the vision to make changes to keep ahead of the opposition.
Following best practice guidelines Warwick is held in very high regard within the industry and Warwick felt honoured to receive The Australasian Real Estate Agency Best Practice Award for 2008 and Agent of the Year.
Over the past 42 years Warwick has supported the community in many ways and continues with sponsorship assistance with school fetes/trivia nights, clubs, charities and general donations.
• Chairman of the Red Shield Appeal (Inner West area) for 14 years
• Chairman of the Real Estate Institute (Inner West Area)
• Chairman PLC Foundation
• Director, Five Dock Leisure Centre
• Director of Skillshare for 5 years
• Member of the Rotary Club Drummoyne for 10 years
• Awarded by Rotary the 1997 Paul Harris Fellowship Medal for Services to the Community
• Founding member of Political Action Committee - Real Estate Institute
• Completed 4 years part-time Real Estate Institute Valuation Practice Course
• Completed 4 years part-time TAFE Valuation of Real Estate Certificate Course
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• Warwick continues his support for his local community as a board director of the Communities for Communities Foundation.
• For his support of our community, he was awarded Canada Bay Citizen of the Year for 2009.
Warwick played rugby union with Briars Sporting Club and was a member of Drummoyne Sailing Club.
He is currently a keen cyclist after many years as a competitor for a local triathlon club in short course triathlons and he also races a PRB Clubman sports car.
Warwick is married to Susan, has five children, six grandsons and lives in Drummoyne.