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Celebrating the return of a familiar face

Richardson & Wrench welcomes the return of Graham Hodson to the Lithgow community with the launch of a new bespoke real estate franchise.

This exciting and innovative business structure creates a more agile business under a trusted and well-recognised brand, whilst allowing Mr. Hodson to provide the same six-star service.

R&W Managing Director Andrew Cocks said the flexible bespoke franchise model was created with the successful, savvy agent in mind.

“It allows agents the freedom to run their own business with streamlined efficiency, whilst leaving the back-end operations in the hands of a team of highly experienced professionals. Agents can now spend more time where they should be – out in the market place,” said Mr. Cocks.

“Under this R&W business model, operators keep the lion’s share of their commission, so it’s an attractive value proposition to a successful agent wanting to run their own race without the headaches associated with doing their own marketing, sales support, and admin.”

Now with the backing and full support services of the R&W Bespoke support team, complete built-in sales administration, plus management of technology, marketing, and social media, Mr. Hodson has the freedom to give greater attention to his sellers and buyers than ever before.

“People are at the core of our business; our relationships, and achieving the results our clients expect is our motivation,” Mr. Hodson said.

“I’m excited to be back in Lithgow. I just love the people,” he added.

The Lithgow region, situated on the beautiful western edge of the Blue Mountains, attracts an eclectic buyer demographic of investors, young families, and first-home buyers alike.

Mr. Hodson represents the growing number of people choosing to leave the city for a more ambient lifestyle, having returned to his hometown, after a brief absence in Sydney to be close to his growing family.

Offering his unique insights into market trends, Mr. Hodson commented on the resiliency of the region and how it is well-positioned for continued growth despite economic influences.

“Lithgow has achieved the highest capital growth in New South Wales regional markets for the last five years,” he said. “I expect the area to continue to grow despite any changes in the economy.”

Mr. Hodson enjoys being an active member of the business community as a member of the Lithgow Business Association and is always open to assisting projects and people that benefit the town.

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