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Remuera Office Expands Harveys Presence

03 July 2006

New Remuera Office Expands Harveys Presence In Auckland

Harveys Real Estate has added another office in the blue-ribbon property territory with the addition of a Remuera office to its twenty-one strong Auckland network.

Crown Real Estate Ltd, owned by the highly respected husband-and-wife team of Dennis and Sonjia Tana, is joining the other Harveys offices in the Eastern Suburbs area.

Director Ross Hunter says Harveys is delighted to add the Crown Remuera team to the Harveys network. “We look forward to incorporating their experience and knowledge into the network,” he says.

According to Sonjia the Tana’s were keen to join a national network and “Harveys values of honesty, reliability and excellence were in line with what we had built within our independent company in the last three years,” she says. “We were also inspired by the excellent resources and commitment that Harveys offers.”

With more than 12 years of real estate experience behind them, Dennis and Sonjia share a great passion for the industry “and we promote a culture that encourages initiative and thinking big,” says Sonjia.

The office, ideally located on the main road in the middle of Remuera village, opposite Victoria Ave, offers residential sales and property management services to Remuera, Ellerslie and surrounding suburbs. It has a team of six sales people and the Sales Manager, Teena Hutchinson is focused and committed to the sales team with the vision to build and train the team.

Remuera is one of Auckland’s most desirable residential locations with its convenient central location and variety of top quality property, appealing to families, professionals and retirees.

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