Altitude Real Estate joins forces with Realmark to launch new office in Subiaco


Altitude Real Estate’s Paul Tonich (left) and Realmark’s John Percudani join forces.
Altitude Real Estate’s Paul Tonich (left) and Realmark’s John Percudani join forces.

TWO of WA’s most respected property agencies are joining forces on February 1 to launch the new Realmark Urban office in Subiaco.

The merger between the Realmark Real Estate Group and Altitude Real Estate will see clients better served and provide career development opportunities for its employees.

Acknowledging the strong strategic fit between the two agencies, Realmark managing director John Percudani said he was delighted Altitude had chosen to join Realmark’s network of 15 residential offices and 300 employees.

“As an industry pacesetter in WA for almost 30 years, Realmark continues to attract top-calibre agencies and professionals to our network, who value how we are adapting to the rapidly evolving nature of real estate business,” he said.

“These agents understand that consumer expectations are different today, and they recognise how important it is to be part of a ‘smart’ agency that has the knowledge and resources to provide clients with real-time, best-practice solutions.”

Founded by Paul Tonich and his cousin Nathan Tonich in 2008, Altitude Real Estate is one of Perth’s most successful boutique agencies with 25 employees and an enviable record of accomplishment in the western suburbs, northern suburbs and city fringes.

“By combining Altitude’s social media marketing strategies with Realmark’s extensive client database, we will have the strongest reach of any real estate group in WA and the ability to use our unique digital expertise to bring properties directly to more people,” Mr Percudani said.

Altitude Real Estate director Paul Tonich said Realmark Urban would leverage the strength of a larger, well-established WA network that understood the local market and combined boutique agency values with a modern approach to real estate.

“Real estate is a competitive business and we’re always looking for ways to enhance how we deliver property services to our clients, and how we develop the next generation of real estate leaders within our business,” he said.

“We considered the strong synergies between Altitude and Realmark – our shared values, supportive culture and community commitment – and felt the Realmark model offered us the best platform for growth and flexibility.”

Mr Tonich will join Realmark’s executive leadership team and will take on additional roles within the network as a practice leader and executive coach.

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