Agency expands in Sydney’s inner west

Belinda Luc

Raine & Horne Commercial Homebush has boosted its commercial team, adding two new partners.

Christian Cirillo and Thomas Muller have joined existing partners Duarte Figueira and Penny Marshall in a bid to seize commercial sales opportunities in the area.

“There is an opportunity in the Central Sydney market to capitalise on what has traditionally been a void for the corporate agencies,” new partner Mr Crillio said.

“We chose to link with Raine & Horne Commercial because it is a strong brand that would work seamlessly with our plans to deliver corporate-like sales and leasing services to our clients.”

According to Mr Muller, the Homebush area represents a good opportunity to link a strong commercial real estate brand with the logistics/transport sector in western Sydney.

“Raine & Horne Commercial has powerful brand status, which is a point of difference for the logistics and transport sector between Homebush Bay and Eastern Creek,” Mr Muller said.

Belinda Luc

Raine & Horne Commercial Homebush has boosted its commercial team, adding two new partners.

Christian Cirillo and Thomas Muller have joined existing partners Duarte Figueira and Penny Marshall in a bid to seize commercial sales opportunities in the area.

“There is an opportunity in the Central Sydney market to capitalise on what has traditionally been a void for the corporate agencies,” new partner Mr Crillio said.

“We chose to link with Raine & Horne Commercial because it is a strong brand that would work seamlessly with our plans to deliver corporate-like sales and leasing services to our clients.”

According to Mr Muller, the Homebush area represents a good opportunity to link a strong commercial real estate brand with the logistics/transport sector in western Sydney.

“Raine & Horne Commercial has powerful brand status, which is a point of difference for the logistics and transport sector between Homebush Bay and Eastern Creek,” Mr Muller said.

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