Highland and Foxwood Property partner to create new national real estate force

Highland and Foxwood Property partner to create new national real estate force
Highland's David Highland with Foxwood Property Directors Clint Willoughby and Georgia Scanlon
Alison Warters September 27, 2022

In a move that creates a new national force in the real estate industry, project marketing specialist, Foxwood Property, is partnering with independent real estate agency Highland’s project marketing division. 

With a current portfolio of 50 off the plan marketing projects, the merger with Foxwood Property is part of Highland’s strategic approach to upscale its existing expertise and further establish its project marketing services.

Foxwood is a national full-service project marketing and sales agency with an impressive track record in the medium-density and high-density residential property market across Australia’s five mainland states.

Foxwood Property Directors Clint Willoughby and Georgia Scanlon, who between them bring 35 years’ experience in the real estate industry, will assume leadership roles within Highland’s project marketing division, following the merger. 

Highland CEO David Highland has welcomed the partnership with Foxwood Property which he says will further enhance Highland’s already established project marketing division.

“We’re excited to be welcoming the leadership and skillset that Clint and Georgia will bring to our project marketing team,” said Highland.

“Since 2006, Foxwood Property has developed a respected reputation for project marketing for prime developments nationally while Highland has a proven record as a top achiever in the industry, consistently selling more properties than any other agency.

“Together, our clients will have access to a new level of expertise and capabilities that are vital in the current market.”

Recent projects marketed by Foxwood Property include Central Coast Quarter, Gosford’s first waterfront living and dining precinct. 

Foxwood launched the first stage of the development, known as The Waterfront, just two days into the COVID lockdown in NSW, with the 100 apartments in eight months and created a new apartment record for the Gosford CBD with the sale of the penthouse at $3.2 million.

In 2019 and 2020, Foxwood exclusively sold Kodo and Penny Place in the heart of the Adelaide CBD which comprised a total of 350 apartments combined, achieving an 80 per cent sell-out of the second stage, Penny Place, within 10 months. 

In 2020 and 2021, Foxwood also went on to achieve sell-outs of multiple completed projects across Brisbane and Sydney.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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