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Matthew Scafidi Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Dating, Bio, Facts

Matthew Scafidi is a real estate agent and director at a real estate firm, Jellis Craig Whitehorse in Mitcham. Is he involved in a racist scandal?

 Matthew Sacafidi is an Australian real estate developer. He has listed and sold properties for the past 13 years and is a well-known property developer in the industry. 

Currently, he is a director at Jellis Craig Whitehorse, who sells properties across Whitehorse city and surrounding areas. The real estate firm has two offices located in Mitcham and Blackburn. 

Who Is Matthew Scafidi From Jellis Craig Real Estate Mitcham? Bio

Matthew Scafidi, an award-winning real estate agent, is a graduate of Beaconhills Christian College. As per his LinkedIn profile, he is an ambassador of 100Words. 

Between 1991 and 2004, Scafidi served as a sales representative of Wine & Beverage at Amcor. He left the job to work as a senior sales representative at Cardboard Carton Pty Ltd, where he worked for a little over four years.

In 2008, he joined the real estate firm, Woodards, as a senior sales consultant before moving on to become senior property consultant at Noel Jones Blackburn in 2012. 

He became the director of Noel Jones Real Estate in June 2013 and stayed with the firm for six years. 

Matthew Scafidi Racist Scandal

Recent rumors suggested Matthew Scafidi was involved in some sort of a racist scandal.

However, there is no concrete evidence to prove the news. So, we cannot be sure if the news is true or not. 

We are also not sure how the rumors started due to a lack of proper data. 

Matthew Scafidi Net Worth Explored

The verified net worth of Matthew Scafidi is not disclosed. But, it must be between a few thousand dollars and a few million dollars. 

The real estate agent mostly accumulated his fortune from his real estate career. He consistently sold properties at a record price for his clients. 

In 2020, he sold a 10 Walsham Road Blackburn house at $2,000,000 and a 9 Ashlar Crescent Blackburn at $2,250,000. 

His work and credibility have earned him a reputation in the real estate market and won him the 2017 REIV Residential Salesperson Of The Year award. 

He also won the 2010 REIC Achievement Award, 2012-13 Noel Jones Annual Sales Award, and 2014 REIV Small Residential Agency of the Year. 

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