Principal / Licensee
Principal / Licensee
Alan became a Principal in 1985 in his first real estate company and formed Alan Bourke Real Estate in 1988. Alan is an experienced Auctioneer and conducts periodical seminars to clients and industry groups on the benefits of real estate investing.
Alan graduated from UWA with a Bachelor of Economics, holds an Auctioneer’s License and Certificate of Real Estate Management & Licence and has Train the Trainer Accreditation.
Alan has served at REIWA as a Councillor and has been President of REIWA (2009—2011). Alan is Founder and Chairman of the Prominent Agents Network. He won the prestigious REIWA Kevin Sullivan Award in 2015.
Alan is married to Julie and has two children, Lauren & Simon. Alan is an active swimmer & tennis player, he is a strong believer that you must be physically fit to perform at your best in this industry. An accomplished public speaker Alan is a Life Member at Rostrum.
"John and I would like to thank you and your team for the very professional way that you handled the sale of our home. From the first contact, home opens to the final sale you and your team were first class and generous with your time. Jemma was a gem, always bright and smiley and never rushing. We hope she does well and has a long and happy association with Bourkes. You Alan, are the ultimate professional and obviously a great leader, we were glad to see that you take time out to smell the roses. And of course, general office staff - first port of call, once again very professional."
-John & Margaret Curry
"Professionalism, experience and integrity are rare in today’s world but they are very evident in Alan Bourke, who like a good wine gets better all the time."
-Dr. D. Ducrow
"I have found Alan to be an honest, experienced and caring real estate agent."
"Alan Bourke gave us quality at all times. It was a pleasure to do business with your company."
-L. & A. McCloy
"Thank you Alan for all your help. You are truly 100% professional, helpful and an all-round nice guy."
-R. Schokman & M. Combes