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Happy New Financial Year, for 2017 / 2018

Happy New Financial Year, for 2017 / 2018

  • 03 Jul 2017
  • Doug Smith

Can you believe, that another 12 months has gone by so fast?

What is even harder for us to believe, 
is that it has been 25 years since TEAM Property first started, 
back in 1992, Or as we jokingly say, “Last Century”
So, Happy 25th Birthday to Us.

We are very proud of the fact that we are still going strong,
“Young at Heart and Energetic”, 
and serving our Clients to the very best of our ability and experience,
often in difficult and demanding Economic, Political and Property cycles. Hopefully better times are ahead for us all, particularly in the Commercial / Industrial Property arena, given the decline in Business Investment across Australia appears close to bottoming out as Capital Investment levels reportedly start to grow for the first time in more than a year.

On behalf of all of the staff at TEAM Property, we thank you for your support for this 2016 / 2017 Year and look forward to successful times for the 

Many thanks

Wow 25 years. What a great achievement. And great to be with you all.
Kind regards
M Kornfeld

Many thanks for a job well done

All is good here and the Directors are very happy of course.

I want to thank you very much for all your help and guidance over these past months
The sale took a while, but you got it over the line in the end with your perseverance with the added bonus of the lease.

So once again, many thanks for a job well done from all of us at Prime.

With kind regards

- Prime Projects

Thanks for all your help Doug

Thanks for all your help Doug. It's all going really well. Fit-out will be finished tomorrow. Thanks for all your positivity and advice...

You have helped make it all a breeze.

- Tom Jorgensen

Agree with your Advice

Thanks Doug, I agree,
It’s probably best if the situation is managed by a third party
and TEAM have certainly shown me that all those years I did it myself,
were years that I said yes,
when I should have said no,
let tenants get behind in their rent
and then go broke…

- Brian Tucker