Harcourts WA sets sights on new offices

Harcourts WA sets sights on new offices

31 January 2012 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Simon Parker

Harcourts Western Australia has announced plans to open three new offices in “strategic locations”.

“Growing and developing the Harcourts brand within Western Australia is a huge, ongoing focus for us,” Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts Western Australia, said.

“We’ve already been approached by several potential new business owners who are interested in aligning with Harcourts which is incredibly positive.”

“Over the past few years, the Harcourts brand has experienced exceptional growth in Western Australia,” Mr Cox continued.

“This growth is set to continue throughout 2012 which is incredibly exciting for our business.”

The announcement comes not long after Harcourts Bunbury merged with long-established local agency, Teede Realty.

The merger saw Harcourts Bunbury relocate to the Teede building in Blair Street, Bunbury on the 19 December.

Four sales consultants from Teede Realty remained as part of the merger and have all undergone training with Harcourts Western Australia’s State Academy trainer, Wayne Davey, the company said.

Simon Parker

Harcourts Western Australia has announced plans to open three new offices in “strategic locations”.

“Growing and developing the Harcourts brand within Western Australia is a huge, ongoing focus for us,” Stuart Cox, chief executive officer of Harcourts Western Australia, said.

“We’ve already been approached by several potential new business owners who are interested in aligning with Harcourts which is incredibly positive.”

“Over the past few years, the Harcourts brand has experienced exceptional growth in Western Australia,” Mr Cox continued.

“This growth is set to continue throughout 2012 which is incredibly exciting for our business.”

The announcement comes not long after Harcourts Bunbury merged with long-established local agency, Teede Realty.

The merger saw Harcourts Bunbury relocate to the Teede building in Blair Street, Bunbury on the 19 December.

Four sales consultants from Teede Realty remained as part of the merger and have all undergone training with Harcourts Western Australia’s State Academy trainer, Wayne Davey, the company said.

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