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PRDNationwide Coomera to open its doors

Principal Mark Williams has decided to open an office in the first home buyer hotspot.

The agency at Hargraves Road, Upper Coomera, was an obvious choice given the central location.

Mr Williams has employed three staff to work at the Coomera agency with plans to hire more.

"The area is known as a high investment suburb," Mr Williams said.

"This office provides a solid base for unaligned property owners looking for professional property management," he said.

Despite a slump in the property market, Coomera continues to record positive growth.

According to the latest Property Watch report (attached) on the area by PRDnationwide research analyst Aaron Maskrey median house price growth

for the year ending September 2008 increased by $12,000, to register a median of $427,000.

Mr Williams said Gold Coast sales will be steady in 2009 with greater emphasis on quality and pricing.

"The strength underpinning this area is the chronic undersupply of homes for both sales and rental in the area as population growth provides strong stimulus," he said.

PRDnationwide Business Development Manager Ric Mingramm said Mark Williams would soon become a leader in the Coomera market.

"Mark joins us with a good grounding in discipline, common sense, business and real estate experience," Mr Mingramm said.

 "He is definitely focused on building profile in times other agents are calling quiet or slow," he said.

Mark, his wife Silvia Williams and staff, Marzena Conroy, Alan Heath and Patricia Walsh are thrilled about this exciting new venture.

After gaining experience in a vast range of roles including 20 years in the Victoria public service Mark entered the property industry in 2003 and decided 2009 was time to step up and run his own office.

Mr Williams said a PRDnationwide franchise was an obvious choice given the group's 130-plus network of offices throughout Australia and its brand leadership.

"After discussions and meeting with Ric Mingramm we felt the group's operations and systems suited us as to how we saw our business operating and growing," Mr Williams said.