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GROWING ALONG WITH THE DISTRICT It's been a while now since Principal Alan Zernike took over the Toogoolawah office with the achievement of massive successf in sales in 2007/2008. Alan's a familiar face in the district. He's lived most of his life around here and acquired 30 years of agriculture and dairy farming experience. This in depth knowledge in the rural sector, along with the office's dynamic sales and support staff has been a major contributor to the year's success. Les Wilson and Tim Collins are on the sales team along with Property Manager Helen Granzien, office support staff Karen Edwards and Narelle Maller and trainees Melissa Josey and Paris Granzien. Strong residential sales have also kept the Toogoolawah office buzzing. When it comes to acreage, farmers are looking to expand and the professional city Buyers, are still keen to find properties for getaways or hobby farms. Successful sale strategies have included a strong online emphasis to attract the attention of Internet savvy Buyers. Recent achievements include the successful sales of "Cross Country Station" at Toogoolawah 81 hectares with large homestead and several other forms of accommodation for $750,000 and "Glenhaven Hills" 146 hectare horse and cattle property with a 4 bedroom brick home at Moore for $890,000. With successful marketing campaigns both these properties sold prior to Auction with pleasing results for both Vendors and Buyers alike. Other successes have been 443 hectares of excellent Country with improved pastures and well watered for $1.2 million at Moore and "Chalhaven" a 60 hectare Brisbane River Irrigation property with 2 homes for $810,000. Toogoolawah has many diverse listings from the Coominya areas through to Blackbutt. As steady growth in the Toogoolawah and Brisbane Valley region continues, the Ray White Rural Toogoolawah Team are well prepared to do the same. « Go back Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | ©2006 Ray White Rural