Ep 14 – Tony Lombardi and Robert Ozzimo: Surviving COVID-19 with Homely

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Tony Lombardi and Robert Ozzimo, along with their other business partners, own a five office Harcourts network in Melbourne’s northern suburbs, including Epping, Thomastown, Reservoir, Mill Park and South Morang. They have a commercial rent roll and boast the largest residential rent roll in the Harcourts franchise nationwide.

Watch the interview via the player above or listen on Spotify. You can also catch up on the entire Surviving COVID-19 series now on Apple Podcasts.

In this episode, Tony and Robert talk about:

1. Embracing digital technology and automation to increase efficiencies and become a majority paperless office.

2. Purchasing established rent rolls to push and expand quickly into new markets.

3. Having a healthy work-life balance to help encourage an energetic and positive team culture.

4. Working harder and faster during this period to stay ahead and be ready to take advantage of opportunities post-coronavirus. ‘Hope is not a strategy; you must plan.’

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