Harcourts Group Australia CEO Marcus Williams announced the appointment of Gregg Toyama to the role of Harcourts South Australia / Northern Territory CEO.
Mr Toyama transitions into the role after serving as Head of eBusiness for Harcourts International since 2006, leading the team that developed the franchise network’s suite of bespoke technology applications.
While with the Harcourts eBusiness team, the business products were recognised by Apple as Best in Class – Global Real Estate apps in 2015, as well as garnering national awards in Australia property industry including Real Estate Institute of Victoria Innovator of the Year 2016 and Real Estate Business Innovator of the Year 2017.
“Highly respected within our group as well as the real estate industry, Gregg has a unique combination of skill and experience that the Harcourts state leadership role requires,” said Mr Williams. “Ultimately, Gregg is responsible for the growth of our foot print, our people and the brand in South Australia and the Northern Territory. We are extremely pleased he has accepted this senior role.”
A long-time resident of Adelaide, Mr Toyama’s career has spanned over 28 years in real estate and included leadership and strategic business development roles with major real estate franchise networks in both Australia and the U.S., including Prudential California Real Estate (now Berkshire Hathaway) and Ray White.
“As an integral partner in our South Australia franchise business, Gregg’s strong relationships and brilliant leadership will be a strong asset for our business owners,” continued Mr Williams.
With Harcourts growing throughout Australia and the South Australia and Northern Territory real estate markets prime for continued growth, Mr Toyama’s appointment continues the company’s emphasis on retaining talent.
“We are delighted to have Gregg join our Australia leadership team as we work toward becoming the leading real estate group in Australia and recognised as creating the finest experience for our clients, our teams and our business partners.”