Stewart McLeod

Principal Director & Licensee

Stewart McLeod has been active in Queensland Real Estate for more than 20 years.

He has a wealth of knowledge and experience built through involvement with residential sales, designing and managing residential and commercial Body Corporates including Brisbane’s ANZAC Square (and project marketing all kinds of property from infill land subdivisions through to some of Brisbane’s most iconic residential property developments such as the redevelopment of the Teneriffe Woolstores). This passion for property commenced early, with a childhood spent climbing around building sites.

Stewart’s unique holistic experience in the real estate market is highly sought by Property Development companies and his opinion is well regarded by development financiers.

At McLeod Partners - Ray White Indooroopilly, Stewart is the Principal Director and Licensee and has been instrumental in building the McLeod Partners - Ray White business. He is responsible for leading the Ray White Indooroopilly team and creating the culture of service excellence for our clients. Specifically, this includes the development of individual team members; team growth; promotion across all print, signage and digital mediums; financial management; systems and new initiatives.

More broadly, he remains keenly interested in business, policy, geopolitics and macroeconomics. Stewart is a Director of a number of other privately owned businesses and holds degrees in Accounting and Law, and post-graduate qualifications in Applied Finance.

The McLeod family believe it is important to continue to play an integral role in our neighbourhood, so we like to give back to the community that has supported us over the years. Being a father of two young children makes Stewart even more inspired to do his part for the community. He leads our community initiatives and sponsorships through direct donations to chosen charities and sponsorship of a growing number of children through The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program.

Additionally, he gets enormous satisfaction from voluntarily giving his time to community groups, furthering his belief that if one’s family is able to enjoy the benefits of living in a community, one must be an active contributor to it.