Comeback Award | Courier Mail City Beat

January 12, 2023

LATE last year Sentinel Property Group boss Warren “The Property Whisperer” Ebert (illustrated above) was rumoured to be retiring after a statement from his daughter Stacey Jones said he was leaving the group to “pursue his business interests separately”.

Indeed, Ebert and 21 of his Sentinel team moved out of the group’s Queen St office following the split with Ms Jones and her supporters to establish a new company headquarters up the road.

Twelve months down the track, the fortunes of Sentinel Property Group are looking bright. Sentinel snapped up more than $800m in new assets during 2022, including almost $700m on the purchase of market dominating retail centres Casuarina Square in Darwin and Caneland Central in Mackay. The boom in business and activity has resulted in staff numbers in these economically challenging times soaring. Sentinel now has 101 staff and Ebert is looking forward to another big year in 2023. “Reports of my retirement were greatly exaggerated,” he says.

“There’s plenty of life in the old bull.”

Glen Norris | Courier Mail City Beat

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