Harcourts Queensland is ringing in the new year with the official opening of the latest office to join the family, Harcourts Property Partners.
Jacqui Bartholomeusz, Principal of Harcourts Clayfield, Ascot and Nundah, opens her fourth office today in Banyo.
Today, Harcourts Queensland opens a new office, Harcourts Wynnum|Manly, and Harcourts Queensland CEO Mitch Peereboom couldn’t be happier: “We are so proud and incredibly excited to welcome Scott's leadership to Wynnum and Manly.” Says Mitch. “His team are committed to providing the best real estate experience for their customers and align with the values that drive our organisation. This will be an amazing partnership.”
Hot on the heels of the announcement that Harcourts Group Australia is now the second largest real estate brand in the country, the group has revealed another key hire as part of a strategic restructure.
The nationally revered real estate business owned and operated by Dane and Kym Atherton is celebrating its tenth anniversary, coinciding with a new milestone of $2billion in sales for the 2021 financial year.
Popular Harcourts Business Owner, Jacqui Bartholomeusz has opened a new Ascot office under the Harcourts banner, further enhancing the brand’s increasing popularity across Brisbane’s north.
In a time where it has never been more important to pull together as a community, there’s one industry leader that has taken it upon themselves to keep local sentiment and positivity high.
As COVID-19 lockdown restrictions slowly ease across the country, most states and territories are now allowing open home inspections and in-person auctions.
In response to the Prime Minister’s announcement regarding Level 2 restrictions, the guidelines are in line with Harcourts’ support of property as an essential service and we are encouraged by the government’s support.
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