Former Brisbane footballer Jamie Charman makes a career change

By Demi Treloar

WHILE plenty of footballers like to dabble in property investment, former AFL player Jamie Charman has gone one step further.

The former ruckman for the Brisbane Lions has become a real estate agent, teaming up with Ray White Albion.

Charman worked part-time for Ray White Corporate while he was still playing.

He retired from football at the end of the 2011 season and became the commercial manager for the Brisbane Lions until 2016.

In the past two years he has been working with a commercial property company.

Originally published as From footy to property

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