Property in Tasmania just got a little more stylish. Harcourts has joined forces with House Rules 2017 contestants Sean MacKay and Ella Cuthbert in an exclusive collaboration to launch ‘Harcourts at Home with Sean & Ella’, a property consultation service offered to home sellers and buyers through the Harcourts network.
Leading real estate franchise network Harcourts has reported record June sales in Tasmania, with recorded total sales of $98.1 million. “It was our biggest month ever, and represents an increase in almost three percent over our previous record month,” said Harcourts Tasmania CEO Tony Morrison, noting that the state real estate network of 25 offices is currently two times larger in sales volume than its nearest competitor.
Andrew de Bomford of Harcourts Burnie, Tasmania, beat out state-wide competition to win the Real Estate Institute of Tasmania 2017 Senior Auctioneering Competition. Held 28 June, in Launceston, the competition highlighted the achievements of Tasmania’s best auctioneers in real estate.
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to 13 Australian charities during of its most recent quarterly funding round. A total of $50,847 was donated across Australia to benefit charities serving the communities where Harcourts employees live and work. Since the Harcourts Foundation’s first donation in 2008, over 1000 grants have been made worldwide, with donations totalling over $4,800,000 NZD.
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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%.
The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania held their annual REIT Awards for Excellence on Saturday 10 October at the Wrest Point Casino.
Variety the Children’s Charity Tasmania recently awarded four students a scholarship to pursue their goals within the arts and sporting programs as part of their Varity Heart of Gold Youth Scholarships.
CEO Harcourts Tasmania, Tony Morrison has been inducted into Harcourts Group Australia’s celebrated Hall of Fame for his tremendous contribution to the Tasmanian real estate industry over the past 27 years.
Mr Morrison was inducted at the Harcourts Australia Annual Awards Gala held in Queensland at Jupiters on the Gold Coast last Wednesday.
Mr Morrison took to the stage in front of a 590-strong crowd and was clearly emotional as he accepted the top accolade, joining previous Hall of Fame inductees from across the globe and his family on stage.
“I honestly didn’t expect to be the next Hall of Fame member, this is quite overwhelming”, a humble Mr Morrison said.
Harcourts Group Australia came together for their Annual National Conference last week, held at Jupiters on Queensland’s Gold Coast.