Acumentis Expands into Tasmania

Acumentis acquires property valuation company-Saunders and Pitt in Tasmania, to further expand its geographic footprint

In line with its strategic goal to expand its geographic footprint across Australia, Acumentis is pleased to announce its presence in Tasmania through the acquisition of an independent property valuation and consultancy company -Saunders and Pitt.

Saunders and Pitt have a long and rich history within Tasmania dating back to 1905 when it was founded as D. Saunders & Co, providing the highest quality professional services to its clients across Tasmania.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Acumentis which enables us to access and rely on a network of high-performing industry professionals across Australia and tap into the support network Acumentis has built over the years. I am personally looking forward to servicing my current clients with a broader service offering and a nation-wide capability and building some new relationships Australia-wide.” said Joe Stansfield, Managing Director Saunders & Pitt.

With this acquisition, effective immediately, Acumentis will be servicing clients across Tasmania in all areas of property valuation and consultancy advice through offices in Hobart and Launceston.

Timothy Rabbitt, Managing Director & CEO Acumentis said, “This is an important step towards executing our growth strategy in terms of servicing our clients in every corner of Australia. We have been looking for the best fit in Tasmania for not just Acumentis but our clients for a while, to ensure the quality of service we deliver sets some high industry standards. I am looking forward to welcoming and working with the entire team of Saunders and Pitt and achieving some more milestones here in Tasmania.

Acumentis will be hiring additional valuers in Tasmania soon to expand the range of services it provides to Tasmanian clients in line with the broader Australian business.

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