Focus on customers | Cranbourne Star News


Finning & Company Pty Ltd was established in 1952 as Cranbourne Real Estate and Business Agency by the late Mr. Jack Finning and Ms. Lorraine Finning, and is now one of the largest and most active real estate agencies in the district.

In 1982, the company became a founding member of the First National Group of Estate Agents, which now has more than 450 offices in Australia and New Zealand. This association has enabled the company to offer a solid referral network and relocation service to its clients for over 30 years.

In September 1986, the company moved to a new office at 148 High Street, on the corner of Stawell Street and began operating under the trade name of Finning First National Real Estate.

For over 30 years, they have offered their clients and clients a comprehensive trading policy seven days a week, with a late closing added in 1996. Their primary business phone number is reachable 24 hours a day. Currently operating six days a week Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Finning has more contact with property buyers and controls more of Cranbourne’s property sales market than any other agency in the region.

In July 2016, First National Finning took another step forward with a change of ownership in favor of three current staff, Dean Tucker, Rick Lauretta, Jason Brown and Rick’s brother, John Lauretta, to lead the business into its aftermath. next generation of community service while maintaining the Tucker family. Connections.

Rick, Dean and Jason are well acquainted with the complex procedures undertaken. John’s experience in building, construction and real estate development brings another facet to the range of skills available to First National Finning Real Estate staff and clients.

With the introduction of cutting edge technological advancements and a respect for exceptional customer service and company history, everyone who works at Finnings recognizes this to be one of our most requested assets. to develop in the future.


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