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Harcourts looks to grow up north

Thursday 28th January 2010

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Harcourts New Zealand has appointed realtor Jackie Maw as Franchise Development Manager for the group's Northern region, which encompasses the area from Pukekohe North.

Harcourts New Zealand chief executive Bryan Thomson says Maw, who has an impressive track record as a Harcourts Sales Consultant and is also increasingly in demand as a motivational speaker, will be focused on opening new Harcourts offices in the Auckland area and recruiting sales consultants.

"While Harcourts is already the largest real estate group in New Zealand and has more than 40 offices in Greater Auckland, further growth in this part of the country is crucial to the ongoing success of our group", Thomson says. 

Maw has 20 years experience in sales, including an eight year career as a Harcourts Sales Consultant in Christchurch where she regularly earned a place in the top 20 in Harcourts' Canterbury region. 

Maw is employed by Harcourts Group and based in the company's head office in Newmarket.



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