Heartfelt welcome to Ray White Pitt Town

In the beautiful Hawkesbury region, successful business owners Jason and Linda Hulme are excited to have joined the growing Ray White family.
The pair see Australasia’s largest real estate group as a perfect springboard to continue growing their successful Pitt Town agency.
The husband and wife duo have a passion for property and a genuine commitment to providing supreme service to their clients.
With over 40 years of combined sales experience between them, Jason and Linda’s success is highly attributed to their innovative ideas, motivation and striving to be the best at all times.
Ray White NSW Metro Markets CEO Andrew Crauford welcomed the Hulmes into the Ray White family.
“It’s so good to have the Hulmes rebrand to Ray White in this growing part of the Hawkesbury. Jason and Linda are both passionate about supporting their local community,” Mr Crauford said.
“As growth continues to be oxygen to our company, we’re thrilled to have Jason and Linda bring a complementary culture to the Ray White group.”
The experienced business owners have successfully owned their own security company prior to moving into real estate.
“The focus with all our businesses has always been the customer and the customer experience and how we can improve,” Mr Hulme said.
“Being a husband and wife team people often relate to us better. We come from a large sales and service background and there is no better place than the Hawkesbury region.
“Pitt Town has always been an iconic town but it has recently exploded with a new housing estate. So people can now take the lifestyle benefits of the original Pitt Town but with the modern housing options. It’s now a very sought after boutique town.”
A little known fact is that 1980s Australian television series A Country Practice was filmed in historic Pitt Town.
The heritage house opposite Pitt Town Public School was used as the home of characters Frank and Shirley Gilroy (Brian Wenzel and Lorrae Desmond). The Hardware Store on the corner of Bathurst, Eldon and Grenville Streets was known as ‘Muldoon’s Store’, the Bird in Hand Inn was known as the ‘Wandin Valley General Store’.