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CoreLogic appoints new state director

CoreLogic appoints new state director

Leading property analytics specialist CoreLogic has appointed real estate veteran Geoff White as its new Victoria and Tasmania state director.

Mr White — who previously lead the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) — stated that he was “extremely excited with the opportunity to assist thousands of SME businesses in the state" and to "improve their processes by the numerous products and services CoreLogic offers them along with the ever-improving data technology and analytics the company is renowned for.”

The analytics company said consistent growth in the Victorian real estate sector had allowed it to step up its campaign to attract local industry talent to head key management roles. 

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CoreLogic national head of real estate industry sales Peter Bromley, commented: “Geoff is an extremely skilled professional who over many years has added enormous value to the real estate industry in Victoria in his capacity as a highly regarded industry leader.

“Geoff’s well-honed real estate skills, coupled with his extensive contact base and knowledge for all things real estate, will only embellish the growth strategies we’ve created for a bigger and better CoreLogic in Victoria.”

[Related: Regional NSW and VIC house prices tick up]

 

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