Raine & Horne Real Estate Agents

Information verified correct on December 6th, 2016

Raine and Horne logoAs Australia’s oldest family-owned real estate firm, Raine & Horne’s nationwide network provides a full suite of residential and commercial real estate services.

Raine & Horne is a franchise real estate network with offices in every state and territory in Australia, as well as across Malaysia. Under this structure, each office is owned and independently controlled by its proprietors but is backed by the resources of the Raine & Horne brand.

History

Raine & Horne was founded in Sydney in 1883 by Tom Raine and Joseph Horne. Since then, the brand has grown into an international real estate network under the management of four generations of the Raine family, including current chief executive Angus Raine.

The company’s first franchise was opened in 1976, which paved the way for it to open offices across every Australian state and territory, as well as internationally. Raine & Horne is now one of the oldest privately-owned firms in the southern hemisphere, and is Australia’s oldest family-owned real estate brand.

Services

Raine & Horne offers sales, leasing and consulting services across all categories of real estate, including:

Residential

Raine & Horne provides services for both sellers and buyers of residential property. The real estate network also lists properties for rent. Buyers can get a free comprehensive buying guide to help them navigate the property purchasing process with Raine & Horne. For sellers, the company offers free, no-obligation property appraisals, as well as a comprehensive selling guide and home style guide with tips for securing the best price.

Commercial

Raine & Horne offers buying, selling and leasing services for commercial properties. The company has 35 specialist commercial offices, and offers additional services such as valuation and property advice and retail management and consulting services. The company’s international reach also allows it to facilitate cross-border commercial deals.

Rural

The company offers specialised services for buying and selling rural properties.

Asset management

Raine & Horne offers asset management services to commercial clients to help maintain and maximise the value of commercial property. The company’s asset management arm services include negotiating service contracts, offering energy and lighting assessments, undertaking the internal relocation of existing tenants and helping to secure revenue from signage rights, mobile phone antennae and other income sources.

Business broking

Raine & Horne’s business broking services deals with the sale and acquisition of existing businesses. It has sold thousands of businesses across a wide variety of industries.

International sales

Raine & Horne has a partnership with Chinese real estate portal Juwai.com that enables it to help sellers market their properties directly to mainland China.

Locations

Raine & Horne has franchise offices in every Australian state and territory, as well as 12 offices in Malaysia and one in Dubai. The company also has affiliate offices in a number of other countries, including:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Hungary
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • India
  • Japan
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