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International real estate group, Harcourts has reported strong growth and a strengthening culture within its Indonesian operations.
Tina Sander, Head of International for Harcourts, says that 2012 was Harcourts Indonesia’s best producing year since the group expanded to the country.
Harcourts Indonesia recently held its annual awards ceremony which was attended by 180 real estate professionals and received representation from all 26 of the group’s offices.
“The Harcourts culture and recognition structure is as strong in Indonesia as it is in Australia, the USA or any of our other operating regions,” Miss Sander said.
At the annual awards ceremony, Tjhin Joeng Jen was named the group’s top agent, while Harcourts Kelapa Gading was named the top office within Indonesia.
Ms Sander is confident that Harcourts Indonesia will continue to grow as the country’s property market continues to boom.
“There are a lot of buyers in the market at the moment. Interest rates are at an all-time low while property prices are soaring to record highs,” Miss Sander said.
“With the demand for housing remaining strong and competition growing, prices are continuing to increase. Indonesia’s economy has experienced consistent growth since 2000 which is very positive for the real estate market,” said Nandar Gunawan, CEO of Harcourts Indonesia.
“Many people want to join the real estate industry in Indonesia due to the current market boom which is incredibly positive news for Harcourts and our growth plans for this year,” Miss Sander said.
“We are currently recruiting a new general manager to assist with the future growth and profitability of our business in Indonesia and overall, it is a very exciting time for our group.”
International real estate firm, Harcourts has reported strong growth within its Indonesian operations, says the group’s Head of International, Tina Sander.
Miss Sander recently spent a week in Jakarta, working closely with the Harcourts Indonesia corporate team, and says that the group is starting to show strong signs of growth.
During her trip, Miss Sander developed business plans with members of the Harcourts Indonesia corporate team and visited four of the group’s new sales offices.
“During my recent visit, we conducted a business owner meeting where we discussed what parts of the Harcourts tools and systems are working and what needs editing and enhancing.
“We’re constantly focused on our team, ensuring they are provided with the best possible resources to facilitate growth within their businesses,” Miss Sander said.
Miss Sander also spent time with business owner of Harcourts Bali, Handi, to develop a plan for cross selling and holiday letting for Harcourts.
“Handi is really taking advantage of the international network that he is part of. Being a member of the Harcourts group is opening up so many new opportunities for him,” Miss Sander said.
In the past few weeks, Harcourts Indonesia has signed on two new sales offices – a former Century 21 office with 20 years in the industry and a focus on new developments, and another in eastern Jakarta which will extend Harcourts’ trading area.
The group is also recruiting a general manager for its Indonesian operations to start during November.
“Things are going well for Harcourts Indonesia and the growth that they are displaying is incredibly encouraging. I’m confident that this momentum is going to continue well into the future,” Miss Sander said.
Harcourts continues to grow internationally and to facilitate this growth, the group have recently promoted Tina Sander as Head of International.
As Head of International, Ms Sander is responsible for the operations and growth of Harcourts’ International Department and each country that the group currently conducts business in outside of Australasia, including the United States, South Africa, Indonesia and China.
As part of her busy role, Ms Sander travels extensively to each of the countries to ensure each team is functioning effectively, the culture is strong and they are utilising The Harcourts Way, including the business planning, systems, tools, training and marketing products that Harcourts provides to their teams globally
Since commencing with Harcourts five and a half years ago, Ms Sander has operated in a variety of roles, constantly developing and evolving within the company.
Tina began her time at Harcourts as Academy Administration and Reception support with Harcourts Queensland, then after 18 months, jumped at the chance to move into the role of Business Operations Manager.
After nearly two years as Business Operations Manager, Tina was then appointed as International Operations Manager for Harcourts in November 2009 before accepting the Head of International role in March 2012.
Mike Green, Harcourts International’s Managing Director, is confident that Ms Sander’s passion and expertise will help to drive the group’s international growth strategy.
“Tina is a wealth of knowledge on all things Harcourts. Her passion, dedication and enthusiasm for the brand is unparalleled and she is the best possible ambassador for Harcourts internationally.
“With Tina heading up our international department, I’m confident that we can continue to grow and expand the Harcourts group across the globe,” Mr Green said.