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Network’s Victorian expansion charges ahead

By Staff Reporter
24 March 2022 | 1 minute read

The addition of two new offices in Melbourne has doubled a brand’s growing footprint in the state, with further growth set to follow.

Coronis, which was founded in South-East Queensland in 1984, broke into the Victorian market in 2020 after recently establishing its presence in Western Australia, north Queensland and NSW.

Now welcoming Stan Coolegem and his team of 16 to the fold, the move cements the network’s presence in Melbourne’s outer east.

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Mr Coolegem, who comes with over 30 years of real estate experience, said he was looking for a “one-stop-shop” offering to support his operation.

“Our two offices service the City of Casey, and we work with a lot of first and second home buyers who need plenty of guidance and support throughout the property transaction,” Mr Coolegem explained.

“By rebranding to Coronis, we can now offer them a holistic service within the one company and make their life a lot easier by setting them up with our inhouse conveyancer, mortgage broker and adjacent services such as connections, removalists and insurance”.

He also said he was looking forward to making the most of Coronis’ products and systems, which he said had given his team “a re-energised focus following the pandemic and two long years of lockdowns and uncertainty, which has helped boost morale and team culture”.

Coronis chief executive Andrew Coronis said that was ultimately the firm’s aim.

“Our model is about making the systems, tech and procedures we use fit our people – not the other way around, so long as it is in line with our values. As far as I am concerned, we’re software agnostic – we’re a people business, not a software business”.

As far as their further expansion, Coronis Victorian director Adam Flynn said to expect more news in the months ahead, revealing that he is speaking to “a lot of franchisees at the moment”. The brand is set to yet again double its size in the state, with four offices still to announce a rebrand.

“It really is an exciting time for our brand as we continue to expand throughout Victoria and more broadly around Australia,” he said.

 

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