David is the Managing Director of First National Palm Beach and First National The Pines at Elanora in Queensland. David Hamilton and his wife Dorothy operate First National Palm Beach, First National The Pines and also have an interest in First National Burleigh.
David Hamilton became a licensed real estate agent in 1986 and joined First National in 1997.
David has always been passionate about staff personal development and systems to improve real estate office practice.
In that role, David was a member of the 2004 Steering Committee for the First National South East Queensland professional development scheme SEQA which provides training and career development for Sales Consultants, Property Managers and Administration staff. He continues to provide input on course content and trainers.
From 2005 to 2011 David was a Director of First National Real Estate one of the largest Australian real estate groups, from 2009 to 2011 he was Chairman of the Board of Directors. Before that he served as Technology Director and was appointed Vice Chairman and Finance Director between 2007 and 2009.
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