FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE FIRST NATIONAL HERVEY BAY OPENS ITS DOORS
First National Real Estate, Australia’s most advanced real estate network, has just opened a new office in Harvey Bay.
First National Real Estate has more than 320 members throughout Australasia and offers the most dynamic, progressive property services available. The network’s membership sells, leases and manages property using the country’s most advanced digital marketing technologies.
‘We now offer our clients the industry’s leading marketing techniques while introducing new levels of customer service and satisfaction to Hervey Bay and surrounding areas,’ said Jacqueline Farag.
First National Real Estate selects agents for membership of its network on the basis that they have the potential to be recognised as the best real estate agents in strategic areas. The network also prides itself on web and technology-based marketing strategies that expedite the sale process and facilitate superior customer service.
‘First National Real Estate Hervey Bay ensures all processes and services are carried out to the highest standards,’ said Jacqueline Farag.
‘We believe very strongly in taking the most professional approach to deliver the best outcomes for our customers.’
First National Real Estate chief executive Ray Ellis welcomed First National Hervet Bay to the network.
He said the major benefit First National Real Estate delivered to its members was that vendors and purchasers had access to a national network of respected independent agents that work together in the client’s interests.
‘Properties can be quickly exposed within our membership nationally before more advanced marketing begins, and obviously buyers and sellers can be brought together more readily.’
First National offers the industry’s leading technologies and is the only network to offer a quality accreditation system to its agents. Estate agencies belonging to the network are selected based upon their consistently ethical conduct, commitment to excellence, and superior local knowledge. Each member shares in the resources, systems and standards that only a large network can provide.