Group eyes expansion in NSW

Matthew Sullivan

In a bid to ramp up its competitive position in the market, Starr Partners real estate has announced it will open several offices in various locations throughout Sydney.

Speaking to Real Estate Business, Starr Partner’s chief executive Douglas Driscoll said the group will look to cement its position in the Sydney market by expanding their footprint into the inner west and city sectors.

“We are looking to grow on the peripherals of where we already trade, including the inner west, and then entrenching into the city,” Mr Driscoll said.

Mr Driscoll said the company was not about to flood the market with Starr Partners offices, instead he said the group would carefully select locations that would strengthen the image and reputation of the brand.

“We’re not about being the biggest; we’re about being the best. We are not about to bring offices on for the sake of it because a mismanaged office  will ultimately affect our name and reputation.”

 

Matthew Sullivan

In a bid to ramp up its competitive position in the market, Starr Partners real estate has announced it will open several offices in various locations throughout Sydney.

Speaking to Real Estate Business, Starr Partner’s chief executive Douglas Driscoll said the group will look to cement its position in the Sydney market by expanding their footprint into the inner west and city sectors.

“We are looking to grow on the peripherals of where we already trade, including the inner west, and then entrenching into the city,” Mr Driscoll said.

Mr Driscoll said the company was not about to flood the market with Starr Partners offices, instead he said the group would carefully select locations that would strengthen the image and reputation of the brand.

“We’re not about being the biggest; we’re about being the best. We are not about to bring offices on for the sake of it because a mismanaged office  will ultimately affect our name and reputation.”

 

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