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LJ Hooker partners with Bond University

April 02, 2012

Australian consumers the winners with energy efficiency research.

LJ Hooker has announced a key partnership with Bond University to provide major research and education opportunities as well as improve the professionalism of the real estate industry.


L. Janusz Hooker, Chief Executive of LJ Hooker, said this strategic industry partnership represents LJ Hooker taking a keen interest in the future of real estate beyond 2012 for Australian consumers.


“This partnership is a long term investment in helping the next generation of agents and consumers develop an invaluable understanding of the current trends and behaviours of property owners and investors including the growing importance of sustainability, energy efficiency and the impact on real estate.


Bond University’s Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture works in collaboration with leading domestic and international industry organisations to deliver sustainable development, research and investment.

 

Click here for the full media release.

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