REB launches Top 25 Real Estate Groups ranking

REB launches Top 25 Real Estate Groups ranking

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Staff Reporter

A new industry report will deliver a unique insight into the real estate networks that lead the field in the Australian market.

The inaugural Real Estate Business Top 25 Real Estate Groups report, to be published in November, will rank real estate groups according to a range of metrics including scale, growth, sales values and volumes, property management as well as their overall productivity.

According to Real Estate Business’ editor Simon Parker, the ground-breaking report will form a new benchmark for the industry, highlighting what it takes to be a successful operator in today’s competitive market.

“There are a number of highly successful real estate groups in Australia and there’s great value in understanding exactly what places the leading businesses at the forefront of this industry.

“This is not just about recognising the biggest players, it’s also about identifying the up and coming groups. The real estate industry is evolving rapidly and the businesses that embrace change and deliver innovation have a lot to gain moving forward regardless of size and scale."

As well as ranking the top operators, The Top 25 Real Estate Groups will also help illustrate the business strategies that are delivering the best results in today’s market.

“This report will provide an invaluable insight into leading industry practices, which will support and foster better business practices and higher levels of professionalism across the industry.”

Entries for the 2012 Top 25 Groups are now open. To enter your group click here now, or call Simon Parker for more details on 02 9922 3300.

Submissions close on October 3.

Staff Reporter

A new industry report will deliver a unique insight into the real estate networks that lead the field in the Australian market.

The inaugural Real Estate Business Top 25 Real Estate Groups report, to be published in November, will rank real estate groups according to a range of metrics including scale, growth, sales values and volumes, property management as well as their overall productivity.

According to Real Estate Business’ editor Simon Parker, the ground-breaking report will form a new benchmark for the industry, highlighting what it takes to be a successful operator in today’s competitive market.

“There are a number of highly successful real estate groups in Australia and there’s great value in understanding exactly what places the leading businesses at the forefront of this industry.

“This is not just about recognising the biggest players, it’s also about identifying the up and coming groups. The real estate industry is evolving rapidly and the businesses that embrace change and deliver innovation have a lot to gain moving forward regardless of size and scale."

As well as ranking the top operators, The Top 25 Real Estate Groups will also help illustrate the business strategies that are delivering the best results in today’s market.

“This report will provide an invaluable insight into leading industry practices, which will support and foster better business practices and higher levels of professionalism across the industry.”

Entries for the 2012 Top 25 Groups are now open. To enter your group click here now, or call Simon Parker for more details on 02 9922 3300.

Submissions close on October 3.

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