Century 21 Dixon has opened its doors in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, with two experienced real estate professionals partnering to take charge.
After a 25-year friendship, Murray Howe and Andrew Duignan have joined forces to launch the business.
With more than 30 years of experience, Mr Howe has successfully built one of the eastern suburb’s largest property management businesses.
On the other hand, Mr Duignan has more than 33 years of real estate experience, and was one of the most celebrated salespeople within a rival network.
“We were attracted to the global strength of the Century 21 brand and its technology offering that we felt was superior to what we had seen in the market,” Mr Duignan said.
“The new branding projects the type of modern look that we wanted and… will help us generate interest moving forward.
“We are very excited by the prospect of working with like-minded agents across Century 21 and servicing our local area under our new banner.”
Century 21 Australia CEO Warren McCarthy welcomed Century 21 Dixon to the network.
“For many years, we have admired the success achieved by both Murray and Andrew. We are very fortunate to have their vote of confidence in our new strategy, brand and its offering,” he said.
“We are looking forward to watching what this powerful partnership will achieve moving forward.”
This office opening comes days after Century 21 unveiled an office in Sydney’s Inner West.
Formerly known as Bay West Real Estate at Concord West, the latter’s team of real estate agents and property manager commenced operating under the Century 21 brand under the leadership of director Tony Cuthel.
The brand also recently opened a Central West office in Forbes, in regional NSW, with Tara Kelly leading the helm and was recently recognised for taking out numerous state network accolades in WA.
Its offices, Team Brockhurst and Advance Realty from WA, were both finalists in the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) annual awards and both took out numerous awards at the C21 state awards.