Harcourts New Zealand has appointed widely respected industry leader and former CEO Bryan Thomson as its new Managing Director.
Two of Harcourts corporate leadership have been named to the Elite Agent magazine’s annual list of real estate influencers. Harcourts Director of Professional Development Irene Green and Harcourts International Property Management CEO Sadhana Smiles were amongst the list of the top 50 influential people in the industry.
Leading real estate franchise network Harcourts Group Australia has announced three new national business partnerships delivering on its vision to be known as the finest experience in real estate.
Although Harcourts is quickly becoming a household name, the company is not content to rest on its success of becoming the third largest real estate franchise group in Australia in as little as two decades.
NAI Harcourts commercial broker Andy Howell jointly with Burgess Rawson have just recently sold ‘Holyman House’, one of the most iconic art deco buildings in Launceston for the price of $3 million at a yield of 7.9%.
While attending a recent NAI Global Convention in Florida, Richard Laery, Chief Executive Officer of NAI Harcourts, Australasia, was reminded of the powerful network NAI Harcourts is part of.
Harcourts International is both disappointed and excited to announce that General Manager, Gilbert Enoka, is moving on from his senior role at the real estate group to take up a full-time role with New Zealand Rugby Football Union.
Gilbert, or “Bert” as he is known, is an iconic figure within Harcourts. After 12 years of highly esteemed service, he is leaving an indelible mark on the organisation.
This week we launched our refreshed Harcourts brand to the market. It is the first significant makeover for Harcourts, which was founded in Wellington in 1888, in several years and the new look is designed to make the brand more user-friendly and up-to-date for the mobile, digital era.
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