A real estate agent who was fired last month for mocking struggling tenants has found herself back on her feet with a new job and claims to be an “inspiration to young women”.
Aimee Marsh, 30, was fired from Ray White Aspley, near Griffin in Brisbane’s north, after mocking tenants in a local Facebook group – using her work profile.
In the now-deleted comments, obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia, she said renters who earn $50,000 a year envied her and suggested her tax bills covered their Centrelink payments.
But a month later Ms Marsh “came out of retirement” and is working again as a real estate agent with the Blue Moon Property group on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
Although it was comments on social media that got her into disputes in August, that didn’t stop Ms Marsh from going online to say she was back in the property business.
Estate agent Aimee Therese Marsh (pictured), who was sacked last month for mocking struggling tenants, has found herself back on her feet with a new job.
She mocked tenants in a local Facebook group using her professional profile
“When you tell all your clients that you are out of retirement and back in action, and they respond with messages that speak volumes to me,” wrote the multi-tattooed real estate agent .
“This is why I do what I do.”
It was a markedly different tone to the one she adopted with the comments that got her sacked in the first place, where she taunted tenants as “disgraceful and out of place”.
“Half of them don’t even own a house in Griffin. They are tenants,” she added, with a laughing emoji in comments that were quickly deleted, along with her Facebook profile, after being revealed by Daily Mail Australia.
“I pay twice their salary in tax, or I probably pay their Centrelink salary,” she said.
Ms Marsh then made another comment on her personal Facebook page: “Jealousy is a curse and money controls people and emotions lol.”
“I can’t wait to sell the houses they rent hehe.”
A spokesperson for Ray White said she was fired “about an hour” after the agency learned of her comments.
“We respect and value everyone in our community, and we have a great community of people who rent.
“Aimee Marsh’s views do not align with our company values.
“We pride ourselves on our customer service, we have a great tenant community and we do not tolerate anything like this.”
Aimee Marsh (pictured) was named Ray White’s Agent of the Month last January
Although it was comments on social media that got her into spats in August, that didn’t stop Ms Marsh going online (pictured) to say she was back in the property business.
Multi-tattooed real estate agent Aimee Marsh is pictured next to a motorbike
But the manner in which she left Ray White didn’t stop Blue Moon Property from hiring her.
Ms Marsh wrote on Instagram that among the people who have contacted her in recent weeks, there are many with whom she has never dealt with before.
“Because even though some haven’t used my services yet, I know they will one day and have shown me nothing but love and loyalty,” she boasted.
“I have changed their lives in other ways and will continue to do so. It’s not always about revenue, it’s about helping people and motivating them. Create lifelong connections.
The agent, who previously described herself as “the #1 agent in Griffin,” also posted what she claimed was a message from a former client congratulating her.
The message reportedly said: “We knew that one incident would not set you back and ruin everything you have built for so many years.
“You are resilient, strong, admired, an inspiration to young women, tenacious, you have a go-getter attitude, you are persistent, driven and driven.”
After being made redundant last month, Ms Marsh claimed she had received numerous job offers but did not want to work for Only Fans because it was “too creepy”.
Ms Marsh (pictured) wrote that former clients ‘have shown me nothing but love and loyalty’.
Ms Marsh mocked tenants in a series of now-deleted Facebook comments (pictured)
The self-styled senior agent said she was not perturbed by the prospect of unemployment because she had been “inundated with job offers”.
“There are opportunities, but at this point I’m just taking a mental break,” she said. news.com.au.
She said she was disappointed with Ray White – where she was named “agent of the month” last January – for publicly announcing her dismissal, but that other companies had checked to see if she was OK.
“I don’t let people walk all over me like I used to. I think it comes from what you’ve experienced. You develop a spine.
Ms Marsh responded to her social media comments in an interview with Brisbane radio station B105claiming they were aimed at trolls attacking her rather than tenants in general.
She said she was targeted after posting on a Facebook group that she sold a house for $85,000 above her reserve at an auction and people began blaming her for not being able to buy a house themselves.
Aimee Therese Marsh (pictured), 30, was made redundant from Ray White Aspley, near Griffin in Brisbane’s north.
She said she couldn’t wait to sell the houses they were renting in another comment (pictured).
The former estate agent claimed she had been “inundated with job offers” following publicity of her very public dismissal, but insisted she would not turn to adult site OnlyFans because there were “too many goosebumps”.
“It had nothing to do with me. There were two buyers arguing,” she said.
“Unfortunately it has put people out of the picture who feel like it’s my fault they can’t get into the property market because of the prices.
“And then I started being responsible for fuel and groceries and everything else, so the comments that were made were very targeted at me and very rude.”
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ms Marsh and Blue Moon Property for comment.