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Things you didn't know about Raine&Horne



  • Raine & Horne got its start looking after Vaucluse House and the expansive Wentworth Estate on behalf of the famous 19th Century politician, human rights activist and publisher William Charles Wentworth

  • Raine & Horne secured another early break in 1883 when it sold the Cooper Estate on behalf of emancipist Daniel Cooper.

  • Raine & Horne is still 100% Australian family owned and in the hands of its fourth generation.

  • The first suburban office was opened in 1968 in the Roma Arcade in Double Bay, Sydney.

  • The first franchise office was at Liverpool, Sydney in 1976.

  • In 1982, the 100th office was opened in Armidale, NSW.

  • The company’s longest serving employee was Mr Harold Horsley, who chalked up more than 60 years.

  • Current CEO Angus Raine joined the firm in 1998 after 15 years working for various rival firms