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Powerhouse Agency Tallies Up Best November Ever

By Todd Alexander

THE unstoppable team at Ray White Double Bay has just smashed the November sales record for the 1000-office strong leading network with a whopping $151M in unconditional sales.

The 25-strong sales team converted 38 sales with an average sale price of $3.96M.

Ray White Double Bay managing director Elliott Placks said he was thrilled the premier agency could continue to sail strong in light winds and deliver results for our vendors.

”November was an exceptional month for us as organisation and a testament to the amazing work our team of elite agents have done,” Mr Placks said.

“There were three sales in excess of $10M, four sales in excess of $5M and 31 sales below $5M.”

The November sales adds further evidence that today’s market was still a great time to sell.

“Through the sales of each of these homes we’ve met many buyers that missed out and are eager to make the most of today’s market conditions,” Mr Placks said.

“We’re still seeing positive signs and interest in the middle to higher ends of the market, even with the Banking Royal Commission taking place. Most of these buyers are local and excited about making a transaction within the immediate future.”

The Vaucluse trophy home at 1A Loch Maree Place sold by Craig Pontey & Elliott Placks was the highest sale of the month selling for approximately $30M.

While Number 1 Sales agent Gavin Rubinstein had a total of 13 sales for the month.

The top auction sale for Ray White in November was the $8.365M sale of 15 Rosemont Ave, Woollahra during an exciting auction run by Ray White Double Bay’s, managing director, Elliott Placks in front of 50 people at their auction rooms.

Ray White NSW Blue CEO Jason Andrew said there was no doubt that November traditionally delivered the best sales results as there was “an accountability deadline” at the end of it. “Despite this fact, this month from Ray White Double Bay is truly exceptional.”

“Year end is looming and everyone is still so down on the market, yet Ray White Double Bay just produced $151M in sales. There’s no doubt that sales are taking longer to put together, though it is a needs based market & this mixed with emotion creates sales in any market.”

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