Tim Crooks heads 'off the plan' management rights sales at Resort Brokers Australia and plays a key executive role in driving growth of the family business.
Working exclusively in the management rights sales sector for many years, Tim forged a reputation as arguably Australia’s foremost expert on both off-the-plan permanent residential and short-term accommodation management rights and hotels in major apartment projects. His expertise includes the evaluation, set-up, marketing and sale of the business and associated real estate.
Tim consults to and works closely with leading apartment developers across Australia, including Art Series Hotels/Deague Group, Gurner, Frasers, Abacus, Golden Age, Aria, Metro Property and Consolidated Properties, playing a key role in the nation’s expanding and maturing accommodation industry.
In recent years, he has been particularly instrumental in growing the management rights market beyond its traditional Queensland base to NSW and Victoria. The increasing acceptance of the management rights model by the hotel industry has also resulted in Tim’s expertise being sought by hotel operators, and he now has a key role as a senior ResortBrokers Hotels agent.
Know-how, experience, energy, and enthusiasm combine to drive Tim’s sales success. High profile sales have included the management rights and associated real estate of many landmarks including Art Series Hotel portfolio consisting of five hotels and two management rights, the three towers by Metro Property in Newstead consisting of 715 apartments and the sale of FV by Gurner, the first Peppers in Brisbane with 918 apartments and 72 hotel rooms making it the largest Off-The-Plan management rights ever sold in Australia.
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Tim is helpful, friendly and passionate about the management rights industry and it is a pleasure to work with such a professional who takes a...
Michael Kent, Queensland Development Manager
Tim and Alex have exceptional contacts in the industry and they presented us with the very best management rights operators. They also provided their own advice...
Leighton Pyke, Director