NAI Harcourts leaders from around Australia give their perspective on where the commercial market is heading as we approach 2017, while also reflecting on the past twelve months of commercial activity in their region.
It was success all round for NAI Harcourts in Launceston at the Real Estate Institute of Tasmania (REIT) Awards for Excellence on Saturday October 22nd at the Country Club Casino, Launceston, Tasmania.
NAI Harcourts in Launceston is beaming after taking out two top awards. Andy Howell was awarded the ‘Commercial Sales Person of the Year’ and Jessie Legge received ‘Commercial Property Manager of the Year’.
The release of NAI Harcourts’ first Commercial Sales and Leasing Textbook is a clear indication of the group’s commitment to delivering the very best of service to their customers.
NAI Harcourts has expanded into the Sunshine Coast market with the group opening its latest office in Noosa Heads. The office, specialising in commercial sales and leasing, officially opened in early May with NAI Harcourts CEO Richard Laery present.
The state’s fastest growing real estate network, Harcourts Victoria, has welcomed Australia’s first stand-alone NAI Harcourts business broking office in a move that will revolutionise the way commercial property is sold both within Victoria and nationally.
In the latest issue of NAI Harcourts Market Leader:
- Commercial property outlook: Spotlight on Tasmania
- National auction clearance rates for commercial property
- NAI Harcourts property specialist, Phil Grant takes out top spot
- NAI commercial property specialist Sam Fazio sells sought-after historic Fremantle property
- Welcome to NAI Harcourts Wine Coast
- Looking to invest in New Zealand?
A historic retail and commercial space on the fringe of the City of Fremantle has sold in just eight weeks, with plenty of buyer competition.
The site, marketed by NAI Harcourts commercial specialist, Sam Fazio, houses eight commercial shops with two residential homes to the rear of the property.
The site sold within the asking price range of $3 million and $3.5 million, with Mr Fazio commenting there was plenty of buyer interest.