One of the world’s biggest and recognisable auction houses and brokers is expanding its reach from one of Queensland’s iconic beach towns.
Sotheby’s – a renowned dealer of art and collectibles – is entering the Noosa residential property market via its luxury real estate subsidiary Sotheby’s International Realty.
The prestigious agency has more than 1000 offices in 72 countries.
Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty opened is sixth branch in the state, at Noosa Junction on Monday.
QSIR CEO Paul Arthur said Sotheby’s and Noosa were a perfect fit.
“My aspiration was to bring one of the most revered brands to the Noosa clientele,” he said via a statement.
“It’s such an international region, that the national and global essence of the Sotheby’s network will be welcomed as a true point of difference.
“We have a proven record of connecting discerning buyers and sellers with extraordinary properties.
“In any successful business environment, it is always about the people.
“The Noosa team joining us under the Sotheby’s banner are like-minded professionals with a compatible corporate culture.
“Our focus is providing an outstanding experience to our clients, customers, and service providers.”
Queensland Sotheby’s acquired Brown & Co sales division – its Noosa Junction office – real estate sales division.
“The holiday leasing division remains under Brown & Co management, and the real estate sales unit rolls in under the Queensland Sotheby’s brand,” Mr Arthur said.
“Jet Rose Properties have significant presence in Sunrise Beach, Peregian Beach and Perigean Springs.
“They bring a wealth of local knowledge and state-of-the-art operation systems.
“This combined with the Sotheby’s brand and global platform creates a formattable platform for success.”
Article source: www.sunshinecoastnews.com.au
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