The Cairns office of Resort Brokers Australia has settled eighteen Far North Queensland management rights and motel sales in the past year, said national sales manager Trudy Crooks."Robust tourism growth is fuelling opportunities across the region, resulting in high levels of activity and strong demand for accommodation operations," she said.
In response, business consultant and broker Kirsten Lowis has joined local agent Chenoa Daniel in representing the tropical north.
Ms Lowis has relocated to Cairns and will represent Resort Brokers in handling motel, management rights and caravan park sales. As a qualified business valuer and experienced broker who previously established and recently sold a Townsville-based brokerage, she has extensive experience to offer buyers and sellers within the industry.
"This has produced excellent trading figures on which to sell accommodation businesses, while the outlook for continued growth points to good upside for incoming investors.
"Preliminary data for this financial year indicates robust rate-driven growth has continued on the back of improving occupancy levels,"
"Our dedicated local industry professionals will be working together to serve the needs of accommodation business owners and investors across Far North Queensland as we expect demand to drive further opportunity and growth," Ms Crooks said.Originally published via: Resort Brokers Australia