Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke will be the keynote speaker at the launch of a new and independent agency in the tourism and property hotspot of Noosa on the Queensland Sunshine Coast.
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Agent Adrian Reed is the principal of the new office, Reed & Co, which will open its doors on 19 September.
Mr Reed said that he was delighted to have Michael Clarke’s support.
“I know Michael is passionate about property and he is also supportive of ventures which strive to achieve high performance,” the principal said.
“Reed & Co has been established to be a game-changer in the Noosa property sector, and there is nowhere more exciting in the Australian real estate market at the moment than Noosa.”
Mr Reed said that the latest REIQ data showed that Noosa had eclipsed both Brisbane and the Gold Coast as the strongest property market in Queensland.
“Not only is the region the home of the rich and famous and offers an enviable lifestyle with great weather, food, coffee, beaches and rainforest, it is the hotspot for property.”
Mr Reed said that Reed & Co is a digitally focused real estate company, with $25 million in listings already.
“Reed & Co will be filling a gaping opportunity to lead the regional real estate market globally, making greater use of technology to connect with customers while maintaining cost-effective digital and traditional marketing.
“Our new high-performance agency will be a trailblazer in the regional real estate sector and offer customers a highly personalised experience.”
He said that Reed & Co would collaborate with like-minded businesses for the benefit of customers.
“We will be sharing our office space with these businesses who are in property finance, marketing and other related sectors and supporting one another’s clients and aims.”
The Reed name is synonymous with real estate in Noosa spanning multiple generations.
The launch of Reed & Co will include an auction to raise funds for the Michael Clarke-backed charity, the Loyal Foundation.
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