Good Sign For Local Economy

A sure sign that the local economy is looking healthier is an increase in real estate sales. And a sure sign of an improving real estate market is the expansion of a local agency.

And that’s exactly what was announced this week.

Robert James Realty (RJR), now encompassing Elders Noosa, has opened a new office in Noosaville, in addition to the well known Elders shopfront in Poinciana Ave, Tewantin.

Principal Rob Anderson said his team’s confidence in Noosa had never been higher.

He said that over the past two years the team at Elders Noosa had grown by 40 per cent, incorporating the well-respected Noosa Realty Service and Ray White Noosa Valley.

“This has led to one of the most experienced teams in Noosa being formed,” he said.

“A wealth of experience, good old fashioned service and high-tech systems ensure properties from the beach to the hinterland are shown at their best to more buyers.

“Extensive databases have been merged, the best software systems have been implemented and our confidence in Noosa has never been higher.”

RJR’s new office also makes a strong statement. Rob said the Frank Macchia-designed building in Mary Street offered “an unparalleled atmosphere and is sophisticated enough to showcase the best Noosa homes.

“The Macchia-designed offices offer a unique experience to discerning buyers where they can relax and take their time reviewing the best of Noosa’s lifestyle properties.

“Buying and selling property is often described as one of the most stressful things in life, so RJR Noosaville is trying to make the process more enjoyable.”

Rob said the move was made to provide a focus on people, and not just clients, but employees too.

“Businesses are about people, productivity and relationships, so we’ve not only created a fantastic place for our clients, we’ve created a great space for our staff,” he said.

“Backed by the best systems, a very experienced team and a new level of service it really is the way forward for real estate.”

The Frank Macchia-designed office in Mary Street