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13 May
Team Grows to Meet Tenant Demand

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Pressure on Brisbane rents and office construction has created a strong demand for independent property advice. ACORPP in Brisbane has now boosted its team with the recent appointment of Liam Scanlan as an assistant property consultant.

Liam is completing his Bachelor of Economics majoring in regional and urban town planning, adding to the existing property team of two property valuers and two licensed real estate agents. Director Matt Buckley said the Brisbane commercial office market had been challenging for owners. “However, we have been able to complete some exceptional deals for tenants,” he said. “We’ve had to subsequently increase the team to meet this growing need for independent property consultancy advice. “We will continue to grow and evolve to ensure our clients’ needs are effectively addressed,” Matt said. 

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In Perth, ACORPP also welcomes Kristie Spagnolo to our growing team of project managers. Kristie is a qualified interiors architect with over 11 years of experience.

She specialises in the commercial and retail sectors including large-scale and complex projects and also has considerable experience in government and educational sectors.

 

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