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New LJ Hooker office opens at Centro Tweed Shopping Centre

The team from LJ Hooker Coolangatta/Tweed.
The team from LJ Hooker Coolangatta/Tweed.

LJ HOOKER has opened a new Coolangatta/Tweed office in the Centro Tweed Shopping Centre.

The office, which opened last month, already boasts significant and respected experience with the team that aims to serve the community of which it is a part.

Peter Walmsley and Principal Kel Judd take pride in the team's real estate experience and local market knowledge.

"With our combined expertise, our local knowledge and the resources of the LJ Hooker network, we are excited about the extensive service we'll offer our customers both sides of the border," Principal Kel Judd said.

He explained the decision for Tweed Heads-Coolangatta Prestige Properties to join the LJ Hooker network.

"When we looked at franchise groups, LJ Hooker stood out from the rest as its business philosophy was aligned with the way we have always done business, with our focus on doing our best for the people in our community," he said.

He said LJ Hooker encouraged its franchises to have strong community bonds; and was a leader in real estate systems, technology and innovation with a market reach throughout its 700-plus Australasian network.

He said real estate was about service and people; and the more people we can reach, the better the outcome for our customers, in any market.

"LJ Hooker's website and links bring our listings to many millions of potential buyers," he said.

"The benefits of that - and its powerfully strong branding - are benefits we couldn't match as an independent real estate business."

"As LJ Hooker we bring the best possible service to our existing, past and new customers throughout the Tweed Valley and Coolangatta."

Contact the LJ Hooker Coolangatta Tweed team on (07) 5536 5577 or coolangattatweed@ljh.com.au, or call into the 'new look - familiar faces' office at Centro Tweed.

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