PINJARRA’S PHENOMENAL growth has attracted real estate industry leader Professionals Real Estate Group, with the local community being offered a never-before-seen level of service backed by years of local expertise.
Professionals Group opened its doors in Pinjarra on July 1 and will build on the success of its Principal Licensee Alistair Todd, who has been running a thriving real estate agency in the centre of town for the past five and a half years.
Alistair said the team decided to join Professionals because of its policy of reinvesting membership fees back into growing the business for its members.
“It’s like a co-operative, so everyone is working together to build on the success Professionals is having nationally,” Alistair said.
“Having the backing of a national network that’s committed to its members will really boost our business and provide a high level of service to the Pinjarra community.”
Alistair said the Pinjarra real estate market was set to make a further dent in the global economic downturn with growing sales in and around the town. “Pinjarra is a fantastic place and I’m very excited about its future,” he said.
“It’s going to be an increasingly centrally located area with a major shopping centre, sporting clubs, big employers like Alcoa and the Boddington Gold Mine as well as the convenience of the soon-to-be-opened Perth to Bunbury freeway. In recent times, we’ve gone against the global trend with great results in farming, auctions, and residential sales. We bought the building we operate from, near the traffic lights in the centre of town, and are looking to grow. It’s really a reflection of Pinjarra’s own economic growth.”
Alistair’s team includes five sales people and a growing property management section.
Professionals Real Estate Group CEO David Hobbs said the Pinjarra office was testament to the group’s promise of providing the ‘best value brand’.
“This is an exciting time for Pinjarra so to be able to have Alistair and his team join Professionals says a lot about what this group is achieving for its members, even in the midst of a global economic downturn,” David said.
“For us it’s all about working for our members, not trying to satisfy shareholder demands – it’s as simple as that and in tough times, it’s a proposition well worth considering.”