Harcourts expands in Tassie

Harcourts continues to expand its presence in Tasmania, announcing a merger with South East First National yesterday.

Roy Cummings, owner of South East First National will rebrand his office to Harcourts Sorell and Tasman.

“We saw an avenue for our business to continue its growth with the backing of the fastest growing real estate group in Australasia,” Mr Cummings said.

With a reputation for straightforward advice and excellent service, together with Mr Cumming’s wealth of knowledge of the region and industry experience, Harcourts Tasmania chief executive officer Tony Morrison said the rebranding is a positive move for Harcourts.

“We welcome Roy and his team to the Harcourts Group and have great confidence in the strength of his team to continue the growth of the Harcourts brand throughout southern Tasmania,” Mr Morrison said.

Harcourts continues to expand its presence in Tasmania, announcing a merger with South East First National yesterday.

Roy Cummings, owner of South East First National will rebrand his office to Harcourts Sorell and Tasman.

“We saw an avenue for our business to continue its growth with the backing of the fastest growing real estate group in Australasia,” Mr Cummings said.

With a reputation for straightforward advice and excellent service, together with Mr Cumming’s wealth of knowledge of the region and industry experience, Harcourts Tasmania chief executive officer Tony Morrison said the rebranding is a positive move for Harcourts.

“We welcome Roy and his team to the Harcourts Group and have great confidence in the strength of his team to continue the growth of the Harcourts brand throughout southern Tasmania,” Mr Morrison said.

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