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BHGRE lauds new NSW and Victoria arrivals as it doubles footprint

By Staff Reporter
06 October 2023 | 1 minute read
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The brand has revealed a number of new alliances across both NSW and Victoria as it heralds a doubling of its footprint over the country.

CEO of real estate at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate and Century 21, James Bell, said the recent growth showcased by the brand “underscores our steadfast dedication”, stressing that it’s not only about extending their influence but providing an enhanced – or “better” – real estate experience.

In NSW, new Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate outposts are situated across Liverpool, Macarthur, Newcastle and Gwandalan.

Down in Victoria, areas including Melton, Mount Eliza and Altona are all now serviced by the brand.

Zooming in to the new arrivals, Miraj Mahmud will be taking the helm of the Liverpool offering, while long-term Camden resident Owen Roberts is bringing the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate branding to Harrington Park and the wider Camden community in Macarthur.

In Newcastle, two-decade veteran Malcolm Taylor will be bringing his strong referrals business into the brand, while Gwandalan’s Kay Saunderson will be flying the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate banner in her home region.

Skipping across the border to Victoria, Sonia Sandhu will boost the group’s presence in the Melbourne suburb of Melton, while Mount Eliza’s Anna Bassett brings seven years of industry experience to the fold, with an almost lifetime of local experience to back her real estate prowess.

Across in Altona, operator Michael Lillywhite has been lauded by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate for his more than two decades of industry experience, culminating in running his own successful agency for five years. He is joined in the business by Jill Stojcevski, herself a dedicated advocate and consultant who boasts a family history in the industry of more than 20 years.

The latest announcement follows the revelation of similar growth trajectory for the brand up in Queensland, with a number of agents coming on board across the state.

Back in August, Phil Eldret was revealed as joining the Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate team, and has been credited for his work in spearheading the expansion. Mr Eldret is now in the role of head of growth at Combined Franchise Services, servicing both Century 21 and Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate.

BHGRE lauds new NSW and Victoria arrivals as it doubles footprint
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