Harcourts Connections has relocated from their original office to a location fit for the ever-growing office.
Harcourts Queensland CEO, Mitch Peereboom, said “the energy in the Harcourts Connections business is super exciting and it is our pleasure to support them as they continue to propel forward.
“Anna, Jonathan, and Robbie have an insatiable appetite for growth, and were determined to find a location that provided a world-class environment for their rapidly expanding team of real estate professionals.”
“This new office is a statement of their ambitions for the future and to see their vision come to life is exhilarating. Their connection with their people is their greatest strength.”
Robbie Lofaro, owner of Harcourts Connections, said in the second half of 2021, the business had tripled in size, to the point where they no longer fit in their office.
“We looked for a new location and found several locations that would have been suitable, but we have very big plans for our business growth and for the growth of our team, so we decided to pick a location that was a lot bigger than we needed”, added Mr Lofaro.
“This new location was chosen so that we could support the team and create a fun and exciting place for them to come to work every day.”
“Our team is our business, and we want them to be excited to come to work every day.”
“That’s why we have the largest Harcourts office in Australia. It’s why we have the giant training room, the auction events room, the games room, the lounge, and an egg chair area.”
“The team culture is the most important thing to us and it’s why we chose to go with an open plan layout. Our team enjoys working together and they learn and help each other, so we wanted to support and encourage that by putting them all together, instead of separating them.
“Our plans for the future are to continue growing and to increase our market share in the area, so we are doing everything we can to help them grow and to get their names and faces out there.”
“We love being a part of the Harcourts group because of the culture. That’s really the main reason.
“Everyone promises support, training, money, etc. but it’s the culture that starts at the very top and flows down to the entire corporate team and then to the businesses.
“Our team loves the support and training they get directly from head office, and we align with the vision that Harcourts have which is People First!”