First National Abode Property has already received immense support after last week's fires claimed their store.
The agency joins businesses on Bong Bong and Wingecarribee Street who were left with nothing, but determined to continue business in the region.
Director and co-owner Anna Falvey said businesses reached out offering to help right away.
"Bowral Legal immediately reached out on Friday offering us a conference space, and and we set up on Monday," she said.
Mrs Falvey said Officeworks had also donated stationary and supplies for the agency to get back on their feet.
Support also extended beyond the Highlands -the agency's national head office and business partners also reached out.
"It has brought tears to my eyes that we have growing support and a safe haven," she added.
"We have an incredible community here, and we want to give a general thank you to everyone."
Mrs Falvey said the agency was only on Bong Bong Street for six months.
"We were really proud of it, and it's a shame that it is gone," she said.
"Our thoughts are also with the other businesses in the building, we know each other really well."
Mrs Falvey said she is thankful to the agency's members of staff Julie, Sarah, Reece, Allan and Lyn for their support.
"We're a tight-knit team, and we are carrying each other," she said.
"That is the crux for us to move forward."
Mrs Falvey said the agency was hopeful to find a new venue soon.
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