Harcourts North Lakes Merges with Harcourts Unite, Expands Reach in Moreton Bay

Changes are afoot at Harcourt North Lakes after its merger and expansion with Harcourts Unite to widen its reach in areas covering the Redcliffe Peninsula, North Lakes and Burpengary. 

The merged offices will be headed by three industry leaders, Steve Hawley, Tara Hawley and Ange Morris, who will ensure sustained success for the company’s next chapters.

Mr Hawley had his start at the North Lakes offices, whilst Ms Hawley has taken care of the business in Redcliffe. Ms Morris joined as a business partner in 2020.

As part of its expansion plans, the trio will open a new office to help the Moreton Bay community and attract more skilled and capable real estate professionals.

The expansion also comes at the right time, as the current market is enthusiastic about making changes. 

“We have sellers on the Redcliffe Peninsula looking to make a ‘tree change’ to the Burpengary/Narangba regions, sellers from North Lakes looking at making a ‘sea change’ to the Redcliffe Peninsula, and so on,” Ms Hawley said of their network.

Harcourts Unite has grown from two agents and personal assistants to 25 people, with women making up the majority.

As a result of this merger, Harcourts Queensland chief executive Mitch Peereboom looks forward to witnessing the growth and supporting the firm.