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Double Bay Agency Leads Australian Offices

By Todd Alexander

LEADING Australian real estate agency, Ray White Double Bay, last night took home the top gong at Ray White’s international awards with winning the No 1 Australian office again for the fifth year in a row.

Ray White Double Bay – with the dress circle address in Sydney’s eastern suburbs – booked an exceptional year in 2017-18 with more than $930M in residential sales.

Director Elliott Placks said he was thrilled with the result.

“To be recognised as the number 1 Australian office is a massive achievement which I’m immensely proud of,” Mr Placks said.

“It’s a testament to the incredible team we have at Ray White Double Bay, who continue to strive for excellence in serving our community by putting their customers needs first”

“To have three out of the top 20 agents across the entire Ray White Group of 7000 agents was a credit to the individuals, but more importantly of the elite habits we have in Double Bay.”

The unstoppable agent Gavin Rubinstein took the honour of number one agent in Australia making it six consecutive years for the national award and second time for the first placed international award.

“I couldn’t have done it without my loyal clients ant team who continue to inspire and drive me to be the best I can be.”

Margie Hawker – Senior Property Manager was placed in the Top 3 of Property Managers Internationally which is an amazing achievement out of 8,000.

The leading office will be taking five individual awards for excellence back to Double Bay:

Ray White Group International Awards 2017-18

Top Selling Agents by Commission

No 1 – Gavin Rubinstein

No 13 – Warren Ginsberg

No 17 – Ashley Bierman

Property Manager of the Year

Top 3 – Margie Hawker

Selling Principals

No 9 – Elliott Placks

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