Harcourts Tasmania adds new office

Harcourts Tasmania adds new office

06 February 2012 by Staff Reporter 0 comments

Staff Reporter

41 Degrees Real Estate, an independent agency based in Launceston, has signed an agreement to join with Harcourts Launceston and NAI Harcourts.

“We recognised a unique opportunity to bring an entire team whose company has won Small Real Estate Business of the Year into our blue brand and further grow not only our business but the business Kristi and her team had already established,” said Tony Morrison, CEO of Harcourts Tasmania.

Currently located in East Launceston, the 41 Degrees sales and administration team will relocate to the Harcourts Launceston office in Brisbane Street and join the Harcourts residential sales team.

NAI Harcourts will take over the management of the commercial properties, from their state office in Brisbane Street.

“This expansion in Tasmania is fantastic for our team locally in Launceston and a clear demonstration of our ongoing growth across Australasia,” said Chris Nicholl, CEO of NAI Harcourts.

“We anticipate substantial growth of our business over the next twelve months as we continue to expand into new geographies and services to assist our clients.”

Staff Reporter

41 Degrees Real Estate, an independent agency based in Launceston, has signed an agreement to join with Harcourts Launceston and NAI Harcourts.

“We recognised a unique opportunity to bring an entire team whose company has won Small Real Estate Business of the Year into our blue brand and further grow not only our business but the business Kristi and her team had already established,” said Tony Morrison, CEO of Harcourts Tasmania.

Currently located in East Launceston, the 41 Degrees sales and administration team will relocate to the Harcourts Launceston office in Brisbane Street and join the Harcourts residential sales team.

NAI Harcourts will take over the management of the commercial properties, from their state office in Brisbane Street.

“This expansion in Tasmania is fantastic for our team locally in Launceston and a clear demonstration of our ongoing growth across Australasia,” said Chris Nicholl, CEO of NAI Harcourts.

“We anticipate substantial growth of our business over the next twelve months as we continue to expand into new geographies and services to assist our clients.”

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