Nathan moved into accommodation property marketing well equipped after a long and successful career in sales and marketing within the liquor and beverage industry. Hospitality and tourism share a natural affinity – and Nathan is certainly a natural when it comes to selling motels and management rights.
Nathan has lived all over Australia and in Japan’s major cities Osaka and Tokyo. In 2010, he returned to Brisbane where he attended school and university.
After some years managing hospitality venues for groups including Fitzgibbons Hotels, Plaza Hotel Group, Northern Management Group and Queensland Tourism Industries Limited, and studying for a Bachelor of Business, Marketing at QUT, Nathan’s first corporate appointment was to the high flying Red Bull Australia.
Initially, as North Queensland sales executive, he went on to many senior roles with Red Bull, from Customer Marketing Manager in several states to National Trade Marketing Manager with Red Bull Japan, and National Account Manager back in Australia.
From there he joined Lion Nathan as Regional Sales Manager, moving to Rekorderlig Cider as State Manager, and then to Coca-Cola Amatil as Queensland Sales Manager.
His demonstrated sales, marketing, business development and management skills now benefit ResortBrokers’ vendors and buyers. Nathan handles motel sales throughout Brisbane and sells Management Rights in the affluent western suburbs.
It’s a broad territory, but he has it covered. Nathan is a fitness enthusiast and keen sports lover, especially golf and all codes of football. We like that – a big hitter, ready to kick some goals!
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We would like to thank Nathan and ResortBrokers for their excellent service and support during the purchase of our Management Rights. This is the second...
Stuart & Mary McCaul, Buyer
As a first time purchaser of a leasehold motel, Nathan provided a good balance between working for the vendor and ensuring us as purchasers that...
Scott Campbell, Managing Director
26 Oct 2020
Barefoot Bowls & Beers at The Boo
A big thank you to everyone in the management rights game who turned out to our annual barefoot bowls day at The Boo (Booradabin Bowls Club) at Newmarket in Brisbane.
26 Aug 2020
For sale: boutique hotels around Australia that have unique appeal
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic where many travellers are restricted from easily exploring other states and territories, hotels that offer something unique for a short stay – or longer – are likely to be in high demand. For prospective hotel owners looking to
13 Jul 2020
Nathan Eades named Sales Broker of the Year at industry awards ceremony
In just a few years he’s established himself as one of the best in the business, and Nathan Eades received official confirmation when he was named Sales Broker of the Year by the Australian Resident Accommodation Managers Association’s (ARAMA).
02 Jul 2020
ResortBrokers reports more than $20 million in SEQ management rights transactions throughout the past two months
ResortBrokers says there is "rapidly increasing demand" for management rights as operators look to the permanent accommodation market for stable returns during the COVID-19 crisis.
22 Jun 2020
Key considerations for buying & selling in the motel & accommodation industry
Resortbrokers’ Nathan Eades is joined by Paul Grant from Mike Phipps Finance, Rob McAdam from McAdam Siemon and David Adolphe from Hillhouse Lawyers to answer the big questions around the main challenges in the industry.
11 Jun 2020
What’s Happening In The Motel Industry?
Nathan Eades is joined by Paul Grant from Mike Phipps Finance, Rob McAdam from McAdam Siemon and David Adolphe from Hillhouse Lawyers to answer the big questions around the main challenges in the industry.
28 May 2020
The body corporate consent process - why our deals don't fall over
Not so long ago, gaining management rights assignment approval was a tick-a-box move which was generally considered a formality ahead of final settlement. That’s now changed.
27 Feb 2020
The Body Corporate Consent Process
Not so long ago, gaining management rights assignment approval was a tick-a-box move which was generally considered a formality ahead of final settlement. Quite simply, that’s now changed. Find out why.
25 Nov 2019
Country pub sold for $1.75 million
A PUB on the Brisbane Valley Highway has sold for $1.75 million, with its new owner eager to drive the business' upward trajectory.
04 Nov 2019
Rare Inner-city gem on the market
One of Brisbane's rare independently owned inner city hotels in the heart of a renown sporting, medical and lifestyle precinct is on the market.