Harcourts Your Place welcomes its 3rd “powerhouse” office
The company has expanded its presence in the Greater Sydney market by opening its third office in Plumpton.
“Plumpton Marketplace has no other estate office there and it is a one stop shopping center for many, offering Woolworths, Big W, hairdressers, Specsavers, medical centre, pharmacy, bank and post office and other specialist shops “said Kelly McKenzie, senior property manager and business owner.
Real estate company Harcourts believes that a country as linguistically diverse as Australia requires a real estate team that can communicate in multiple languages.
“Our number one priority is to make our customers feel comfortable, regardless of their nationality,” Ms. McKenzie continued.
In Plumpton (NSW), the 2021 census revealed that only 40.5% of the population spoke exclusively English at home. Other languages spoken at home are Arabic (3.4%), Filipino (4.5%), Urdu (6.6%) and Hindi (6.4%). Filipino was spoken by 10.9% of pollsters.
The new office will be staffed by real estate agents fluent in English, Arabic, Spanish, Filipino, Tongan, Maltese, Polish and Portuguese.
Marcelo Fiore, Sales Manager/Director and Business Owner, and Mazen Abu Duhou, Property Development Manager and Business Owner, are two members of the team who have worked in the center before and are well known in the area. .
Mr Fiore, who started his career at Plumpton 14 years ago, said the team had lived locally: “Our children go to local schools. Coming back is natural.
With the company sponsoring a number of local teams and participating in numerous community events, group leaders have indicated that they are always ready to help in any way possible.
Weighing in on the latest office addition, Harcourts NSW/ACT managing director Katrina Tarrant said she was “delighted to welcome this third powerhouse to the Harcourts Your Place family”.
“With a stunning state-of-the-art layout, this office epitomizes excellence and it is wonderful to see such high-caliber internal growth in our network,” she concluded.