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Alan Fettes expands team by welcoming publishing guru Emma Wheater

ByCourtney Martin

Ray White Double Bay Sales Executive, Alan Fettes, has expanded his team by hiring Emma Wheater, the former lifestyle editor at Marie Claire magazine.

Ms Wheater brings a wealth of experience to the dynamic team and will be focused on adding a new dimension to Mr Fettes service offering.

“We pride ourselves on providing the best possible customer service to our clients and are excited by what Emma brings to the table,” he said.

“Emma’s background in magazines and styling means she has a great understanding of prestige and lifestyle properties.”

“Her passion for real estate really shines when listening to the needs of our vendors and purchasers.”

“Emma’s primary role will be to nurture and love our buyers, keeping them updated when new listings hit the market that match their requirements.”

“We are always looking for ways we can add more value to our sellers and Emma’s involvement will play a big role in that,” said Mr Fettes. 

Ms Wheater met Mr Fettes to sell her home in Rose Bay last year and she then went on to purchase a property through Mr Fettes in Darling Point.

“I’m thrilled to be joining Alan and his team at the number one Ray White office in the country. I’ve lived and breathed property my whole life and feel Ray White Double Bay is the obvious place for me to build my real estate career,” said Ms Wheater. 

Mr Fettes and his associate, Calvin Stewart, made the move to Ray White Double Bay in June and are already expanding their team – a great indication they have a bright future at the powerhouse agency.

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