The battle between Australia and New Zealand is most famously played on the rugby field, but today in Alice Springs, the two countries thrashed it out for supremacy at the 2016 Australasian Real Estate Institutes’ Auctioneering Championships.
This year, the Real Estate Institute of Northern Territory (REINT) is playing host and the five finalists battling it out today are Justin Nickerson from Queensland, Gavin Croft from New South Wales, Harry Li from Victoria, Andrew North and Daniel Coulson both from New Zealand.
Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) President Mr Neville Sanders says, “Harry Li of Victoria was the winner last year and the Kiwis want revenge this year with New Zealand’s Coulson and North strong contenders.”
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