Tags: regional and rural real estate
In February at Harcourts’ annual Business Leaders Conference in Melbourne, I was pleased to announce that Landmark and Harcourts had entered into a joint venture agreement – an announcement that was met with a great deal of excitement and enthusiasm by our team.
Last month, the Landmark Harcourts joint venture was officially launched, marking the establishment of a major new business for the marketing of rural and regional real estate in Australia.
The joint venture officially commenced operations on the 6th of April and has brought together two businesses, each with well over 100 years of experience in the real estate sector who, combined, represent over $20 billion in property turnover annually and operate from over 400 locations around Australia.
Now that business has commenced, Landmark Harcourts aims to expand its operations through the recruitment of new franchises in selected locations across Australia, while also actively targeting growth in …
Today at the Harcourts Business Leader’s Conference in Melbourne, I was pleased to announce that Harcourts had entered into an exciting new joint venture with Landmark, one of Australia’s largest regional and rural real estate companies. Landmark has a dominant market presence with over 125 regional locations already providing real estate services to regional Australia.
With a launch date of April the 4th 2011, this joint ventures represents one of Harcourts’ biggest ever undertakings in Australia.
I am incredibly excited about this new venture as I believe that partnering with Landmark brings a depth of experience in rural markets, as well as immediate brand recognition in regional Australia, which would have taken us at Harcourts many years to develop on our own.
I’m confident that the combination of our two entities will bring enormous benefit to both our clients and teams, and will provide us with more scope …