Jemma’s recent completion of her Bachelor of Commerce, with a focus on Property and Finance, underscores her commitment to the real estate industry and her dedication to expanding her expertise. With extensive experience as a Senior Property Manager and Residential Trust Accountant, where she managed large teams of property managers, Jemma brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership skills to the table.

In her role with the Resolve Property Solutions Property Acquisitions team, Jemma has leveraged her management skills to cultivate strong relationships with key partners over the last 72 months. Her ability to build and maintain these relationships is a testament to her professionalism, communication skills, and strategic approach to collaboration.

Jemma’s combination of academic achievement, industry experience, and relationship-building acumen positions her as a valuable asset to the Resolve Property Solutions team. Her contributions are instrumental in driving the success of property acquisitions and fostering long-term partnerships within the industry.

Jemma Shipman, Property Acquisition Manager

Jemma: Who, What, Why, Where & When

When Jemma isn’t on the phone hustling for properties, she loves spending time with her daughter Ellie.

Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met?

I’ve met a few famous people – I met the queen ! and because of my dads job I’ve met the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Cascada, Blink 182, Steps (back when they were a big deal), David Bowie , faithless and couple of other people & bands

What was your dream profession growing up?

Policewoman because of the UK show “The Bill” – they made it look really exciting.

If you were forced to sing karaoke, what song would you choose and why?

There is no way you would get me up to sing lol….

Where would you go for your favourite meal?

Nobu or Rockpool or Cocos

When you retire what is the first thing on your bucket list?

I would love to have enough money to be able to do something to really make a difference to the lives of people living with mental health issues – both homeless and not homeless.