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New Era Begins with Recruit Alan Fettes

By Todd Alexander

IT’S the dawn of new era for leading agency Ray White Double Bay who has commenced its next phase of expansion with the recruitment of real estate young gun Alan Fettes.

Mr Fettes joins Ray White’s number one Australian office from a local boutique office and brings with him more than five years of experience. He can also lay claim to being the youngest agent to ever earn $1M in commission at the age of 24.

The young star Mr Fettes and his sales associate Calvin Stewart bring a level of sophistication and class beyond their years for their genuine focus on the customer experience.

“I’m thrilled to be joining one of the most successful real estate businesses in the country.”

“Ray White Double Bay has always been an office in which I envied to be a part of. The support from the agents within the office combined with the reach that the brand provides will elevate my career to new heights”

“The processes and structures Ray White has been developing and mastering for last 102 years – in my opinion are unmatched. This will now allow me to add an extra level of service to my clients.”

Ray White Double Bay Managing Director Elliott Placks said now was the time to re-invigorate and add a new layer to his collaborative team.

“Bringing Alan to the team is an important step as we look towards the future. This business has been going from strength to strength for more than 32 years, and I look forward to leading the already strong sales force over the coming years,” Mr Placks said.

“Every business goes through a period of renewal from time to time and we’re thrilled to have Alan join us. No doubt he’ll bring a new sense of excitement and fresh positive energy  to our office.”

“We have a team that thrives on the success of each other and we celebrate and share with each other. That is a value statement that we hold dear and very clear at Ray White Double Bay.

“Alan is an established agent and we will support his ambitions into the future.

“I am so excited about the future and since taking ownership of the flagship office in the Ray White stable, I am relishing the next phase of growth for us all.

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