Nutrien Harcourts Tasmania facilitates the landmark sale of a 6000-hectare portion of the iconic Woolnorth property in North West Tasmania.
After three consecutive state titles, Tasmanian commercial property manager Jessie Legge has taken out the national award.
Listing the largest land development the state of Tasmania has ever seen, with a mainland developer not often used across the Tasman and working together with multiple offices across two different states to land it…sounds likes the stuff of dreams really, doesn’t it?
A recent recruiting drive and consistent focus on an employer of choice culture has seen Tasmanian real estate office Harcourts Devonport/Shearwater quickly establish itself as one of the biggest players on the northwest coast.
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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At the 2019 Real Estate Institute of Australia Awards for Excellence, Harcourts Huon Valley won Medium Residential Agency of the Year.
“Winning the medium agency of the year for Australia is exciting and humbling for our office coming from a country town in Tasmania where we are not in the national real estate spotlight,” said Harcourts Huon Valley business owner Nick Bond.
Harcourts Group Australia CEO Marcus Williams announced the appointment of Tony Morrison to the role of Harcourts Victoria CEO effective 10 December 2018.