Award Winning franchise PRD Whitsunday renews 30-year PRD Partnership
PRD Whitsunday continues its successful partnership with the leading franchise that now spans over 30 years.
Initially commencing under Nationwide Realty in the 1980’s, PRD Whitsunday quickly garnered a stellar reputation in the Whitsunday region for their project development and project marketing services – services that were first created in conjunction with PRD Real Estate Founders, Gordon and Archie Douglas.
Under the ownership of Christie Leet, who was inducted into the PRD Hall of Fame in 2015, PRD Whitsunday is a highly successful and award-winning franchise consistently receiving recognition for their work, including a Top 10 Office award in 2022.
The long-standing office is managed by PRD Whitsunday CEO, Licensee In Charge and 2020 recipient of the PRD coveted John Harvey Award, that recognises outstanding contribution and leadership to PRD and the real estate industry, Annette Neil. When asked about the decision to renew their franchise agreement, Annette, stated “We have had a long partnership with PRD and have established the brand in our marketplace over the last couple of decades. The research by PRD is market leading and we utilise this to a huge degree. Also, we find the marketing and general support to be of a high level and with down to earth people who understand our business.”
PRD Managing Director, Todd Hadley spoke highly of the team at PRD Whitsunday and was thrilled that the office would continue its partnership with the PRD brand. “Annette and the team at PRD Whitsunday are exemplary members of the PRD community and have always utilised their PRD relationship with outstanding results. I look forward to seeing what PRD Whitsunday continue to do in the future.”
Annette also commented on the supportive culture at PRD Real Estate stating, “We have strong relationships not just with the corporate office but also with fellow Principal’s. The culture within PRD as a network is one of friendship and collaboration, working together to collectively make us all better as a group.”