• Krystelle McKenzie

Portfolio Manager

Exuding vivaciousness and a serious sense of determination, Krystelle arrived at MRE with an incredible knowledge of the Portfolio Management arena.

With real experience in the aviation and pharmaceutical industries, Krystelle has an unmatched eye for detail with the brilliant ability to lead and work in a team environment. A fruitful career has always guided Krystelle toward a return to real estate.

Eager to always enhance an already well-honed skill set, Krystelle is loyal and proactive and is enthusiastic about embedding a well-spoken, honest personality into our operations. Krystelle is even more thrilled to be there to assist you.


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“Krystelle and Jacci were so amazing! They were communicative, professional, and so lovely, probably the best agents I've ever worked with. They helped us with renting the cutest apartment in South Melbourne. I would 100% recommend MRE, thank you so much for all your help!”

Liz Farrar

“Krystelle McKenzie is so proffesional and very recommended”

Anthony Smith

“I am an interstate landlord and had previously dealt with two other Melbourne based real estate agencies from 2008. In both cases I had experienced substantial failings in the management of my property. The main thing that really let me down was the poor advice that I received as well as in some cases blatant mistruths regarding matters relating to the property, that cost me financially. In 2017 a work colleague recommended MRE to me. Since that time I have had 3 property managers all of whom have been really professional and knowledgeable, and have provided great support even with matters relating to Victorian body corporate laws. The first two agencies I were with were all about providing the cheapest price, but with that came a terrible level of service and a higher overall cost to me. With MRE I certainly now have more peace of mind knowing my property is not being managed by used car salespeople, and that the risk of unknown financial cost to me is mitigated”