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AFL Lion to cash out in Brisbane

By Demi Treloar

AFL Brisbane Lions star player Daniel Rich has decided to cash out — of his home that is — and he stands to make a pretty packet from this exit.

A statement released this morning confirmed that Rich had signed on an old teammate — and former house mate — Jamie Charman to flick his family home.

Rich and wife Lauren put their negotiating trust in the hands of Charman who was now a real estate agent with Ray White.

The couple are selling their prized home at 180 McIlwraith Ave, Norman Park — and snuffed out any rumours of moving away from Brisbane, with the statement saying they “have no desire to leave the city or club they love”.

“We’re planning to renovate a Queenslander we purchased in Camp Hill several years ago. We have loved living in our Norman Park home but the taste of renovating is in our blood and we are keen to do another project.”

Charman, who’s marketing the home with colleague David Treloar, said the property was one of the best in the suburb.

“Richy lived with me when he first got drafted from Perth many years ago and we’ve had a great relationship ever since.”

“He has had the same passion for renovating homes and investing in property over the years.

“We can’t wait to get started with the sale of Dan and Lauren’s home as it’s one of Norman Park’s best designed and most well-constructed homes.”

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