Ray White Queensland celebrates its winners

More than 1400 real estate agents and guests attended the prestigious Ray White Queensland annual awards at the Royal International Convention Centre to celebrate the achievements of the top offices and individuals throughout the network.

Ray White Queensland has a lot to celebrate considering it traded just on $8.6 billion in residential property sales, made up of over 16,000 transactions in 2016-17.

The sunshine state network listed over 19,300 properties in the same period, which is more than its two closest competitors  – combined.

In the 2017 fiscal year, Ray White Queensland had 155 members qualify in the Premier status and 54 members qualify for the Alan White Elite status.

In the new category of Chairman Club – those who wrote in excess of $1.25 million in fees and/or 120 sales, the White Family presented Sonya Treloar (Ray White Bridgeman Downs), Michelle McLeod (Ray White Indooroopilly), Matt Lancashire (Ray White New Farm), Sam Guo (Ray White Broadbeach) and Andrew Garland (Ray White Caloundra) with their awards and congratulated them on achieving this esteemed level.

One of the most exciting awards of the night was presented to Sam Guo of Ray White Broadbeach for being the number one sales performer for Ray White Queensland.  He was also named for his Excellence in Auction – Gold Coast.

Ray White Surfers Paradise Group was awarded the number one office in Queensland, while Ray White New Farm principal Matt Lancashire won the top Principal award.

The Ray White Whitsunday team took home the Profile of Courage for their heroic efforts after Cyclone Debbie struck, while Andrew and Greg Bell were named the Profile of Courage for their Leadership, and Jared Hodge of the Ray White GC South Network Asset Management as a Profile of Courage for Revolution and Innovation.    

Ray White Cameron Crouch won  the Excellence in Marketing for his #avogate Property Profile Campaign, while Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm won the Excellence in Marketing – Personal Profile award.

The Ray White Ipswich team was named as the Property Management Team of the Year, Ray White Ascot was named for its Excellence in Auction, and the Surfers Paradise Group won the Administration Team of the Year.

And congratulations to Jenny Milford of Ray White Toowong who celebrated her 40 year milestone with Ray White.

And it’s with great pride that Graeme Sharp, principal of Ray White Toowong | Stones Corner | Manly and Project Marketing Queensland was named as the prestigious Max White Award winner.

The Max White Award is a prize awarded to individuals who have made a significant contribution to Ray White. It recognises people who are an intrinsic part of the group and who have contributed to the overall success and growth of the company.

Ray White Queensland chief executive officer Tony Warland said he was confident that no real estate company in Australia was at the cutting edge and forefront of all the new opportunities in the industry than Ray White.

“Leadership is the thundering heart beating in everything that we do. The unwavering stability of the White Family for the past 115 years will continue into the future – something we all know to be true given their sincerity in everything they do,” Mr Warland said.

“As it has always been, our people are our product. Property is our industry – service is our business.

“We have weaved the tapestry of this company’s history. It’s always been a story of family values and integrity – from the pure energy and excitement of our newest members, right through to the calm and professional leadership of our long-term business owners.”

 

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