Century 21 goes for growth

Century 21 goes for growth

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Century 21 has announced an expansion of its network across the Australasian region.

The agency will be opening five new offices across NSW, South Australia, the Northern Territory and New Zealand’s North Island.

Charles Tarbey, chairman and owner of Century 21 Australasia, said the new offices will expand the reach and presence of Century 21 “and help insure the brand remains the first port of call for buyers and sellers of real estate”.

“The continued growth of our network is testament to the strength of the brand, the team behind it and our market-leading technologies,” he said.

“Growth in itself is not the overarching objective for Century 21; having the right franchisors join our network is.”

Mr Tarbey said the company selected candidates who would embrace the ethos and values of the Century 21 brand, as there was nothing more valuable to its network than collective reputation.

“I’m excited to see the results our new franchise owners will achieve with the backing of Century 21’s proven training, technology and global reach of our network,” he said.

The agency’s announcement follows the launch of Century21global.com, a new website which allows people to view every property listed with Century 21 across 74 countries around the world.   

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