Familiar faces in Clayton have a new home
POWER duo Michael Renzella and Lee Botsios have always dreamt of opening their own Ray White business.
And while they’ve both been working in the area for quite some time as part of the Ray White Oakleigh team, they’re now proud to open their very own office in the Melbourne south-east suburb of Clayton.
They are the same people that the community know and love, and will continue to offer the outstanding service they have become renowned for but now as local business owners.
Mr Renzella comes from a family of real estate professionals and has property investment in his blood.
While Mr Botsios has been in the industry for over 18 years and has a deep understanding of what it really takes to service your clients in the best possible way.
Between them they have the perfect blend of youth, enthusiasm and experience and are ready to tackle any challenge that comes their way.
One of the wonderful characteristics of Clayton is how multicultural it is with families and students from all over the world calling it home.
The pair have put together a team that will cater to this diversity beautifully with English, Chinese, Greek, Italian and Indian speakers in their business.
“We’re passionate about this business, and we have the experience and the energy to work with anyone in this community and help them achieve their real estate goals,” Mr Renzella said.
“We love this area so much. It was a natural step for us to decide to open our very own office here, and it really is a dream come true,” Mr Botsios said.
“With the network we already have here, plus the support of the Oakleigh team and the Ray White Group we just know we’re going to be in an even better position to service our clients and offer them the best real estate experience going around.”
Ray White Victoria and Tasmania CEO Domenic Belfiore congratulated Mr Renzella and Mr Botsios on opening Ray White Clayton.
“Michael and Lee bring genuine value to the local real estate markets in which they operate. We look forward to supporting them as they continue to grow,” he said.