About Sue Langeder

Sue Langeder

Managing Director
Lead Copywriter
Podcast Host and Producer

As the child of a builder and architectural draftsman, Sue began her interest in property at primary school, being in awe of the Bayside historic homes on school walking excursions. As a teen, she went to school in Glen Iris, which opened up a whole new world of suburban culture, as she visited friends as far as St Albans and Melton to the west, Croydon and Narre Warren South to the east, and into Heidelberg and Bundoora to the north, as well as the middle suburbs of Camberwell, Malvern, Glen Waverley, Wheelers Hill, Hampton, Beaumaris, Parkville, Mentone, Oakleigh and Carnegie. She went to bed with a Melways each night, to plot her way around Melbourne to catch up with friends. With ambitions to get into the radio industry, she filled 5 years of weekends at Southern FM hosting the children’s show while completing her Media Studies degree at La Trobe University. In the last 6 months of her degree (1994), she worked in the Classified department at The Age, and was asked what she would like to specialise in: Motor Market, Employment or Real Estate… she chose real estate and hasn’t looked back.

Sue went on to work in the advertising department at Woodards in Camberwell. At Woodards, she completed her Agent’s Representative Course, before moving on to become the Advertising Manager at Marshall White in Armadale in 1998. Marshall White gave her the opportunity to write advertising copy for their properties after hours, upon which she had the guidance and encouragement of directors James Connell and John Bongiorno to expand it beyond the Marshall White walls. By the end of 2000, Sue had enough clients to make it a full-time career move to go out on her own as a freelance copywriter. In 2010, Sue completed 2 years of her Masters in Writing to add more versatility into her writing.

Sue has written tens of thousands of properties over two decades, plus corporate promotional pieces, was asked to be a ghost-writer for an investment strategy book and has built up a network of highly influential business associates in the real estate and property industry across Australia to help promote her clients.

Sue has maintained many of her clients, some for over 20 years, which is a testament to her skill, time efficiency and understanding of the market.

After most of her life in Bayside Melbourne, Sue moved to the Mornington Peninsula with her partner Adrian in 2018, to have space for their blended family and menagerie of animals. She loves to travel the world when she can, and when she has the time, she writes novels, family history and non-fiction.