The following is a transcript of the induction speech presenting Lisa & Ben Bernacki into the Harcourts Hall of Fame. It was announced on 30 May during the Harcourts Australia National Conference 2018.
The team at Harcourts Alliance was named Harcourts Western Australia’s top office for the quarter, April-June 2017, at the state network’s recent Quarterly Awards. Held 3 August at Burswood on Swan, in Perth, the recognition program brings together business owners and real estate professionals to celebrate their achievements.
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.
Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, Press Release, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, Tasmania, New South Wales, Australia, Harcourts, Landmark Harcourts, News, Harcourts Foundation, Charity
At a gala evening on 31 May, Harcourts International inducted Lee Perry of Harcourts Mandurah (WA) into the Harcourts Hall of Fame. Mr Perry joins an exemplary list of real estate professionals who have been recognised for their personal and professional contributions to the successes, growth and stability of Harcourts.
A historic retail and commercial space on the fringe of the City of Fremantle has sold in just eight weeks, with plenty of buyer competition.
Harcourts Mandurah sales consultant, Lee Perry has been named the top sales consultant in Australia at the recent Harcourts Annual Awards Gala held in Queensland at Jupiters on the Gold Coast last Wednesday.
Mr Perry took to the stage in front of a 590-strong crowd and was clearly emotional as he accepted the top award, beating out over 1600 sales consultants for the top spot.
Mr Perry thanked his colleagues, acknowledging how hard his team had worked throughout the year to get to where they are today.
Harcourts Group Australia came together for their Annual National Conference last week, held at Jupiters on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Real estate agents and a huge group of supporters across Australia rallied together on Friday 8 May and walked a mile in high heels to help raise awareness of the issue of violence against women.
The Harcourts Foundation in conjunction with White Ribbon Australia held walks across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, Tasmania and South Australia to shed light on an issue that affects up to 1 in 5 Australian women.
The Harcourts Foundation National Coordinator Julia Eyles said she was moved that so many people showed their support, with almost eight hundred walkers joining the team on the day across Australia.
“This is an issue we are all very passionate about, it was so good to see that after five months of planning, so many chose to show their support and walk with us to shed light on an issue that affects so many”, said Mrs Eyles.
More than $100,000 has been raised so far nationally and counting, with donations being accepted until the end of May.
The event now holds White Ribbon Australia’s record for the highest community fundraising activity to date.
The walks took place across the country at a crucial time, with 34 Australian women having lost their lives to domestic violence already this year, according to White Ribbon.
Several notable ambassadors took part in the walk nationally, including Australian of the Year, Rosie Batty in Melbourne, whom has been personally affected by domestic violence.
All proceeds raised through this campaign will be donated to White Ribbon’s Break the Silence programme in primary and secondary schools across Australia aimed at changing generational attitudes toward violence.
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of real estate group Harcourts Western Australia, has partnered with the Fremantle Dockers Football Club and the West Australian newspaper to support The Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation of WA and The Mo, Evie and Otis Maslin Foundation in the Kick a Goal for Literacy promotion.