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The Rubinstein Group Adds Future Star

By Todd Alexander

DIRECTOR of The Rubinstein Group and Ray White Double Bay’s leading residential agent Gavin Rubinstein, adds young energetic prodigy, Bradley Plos to the team.

“Providing the best possible customer service is at the very core of what we focus on within our dynamic team.”

“Energy, hunger and drive are critical in this business and surrounding yourself with those who possess these traits will only make you more effective for your clients.”

“Bradley certainly has those characteristics which is exciting, and I believe he will be yet another point of difference to the value proposition TRG has to offer. At the end of the day for us, the bottom line is always being vendor focused.” said Mr Rubinstein.

In a landscape where other agencies are cutting back in resources, Rubinstein as he traditionally does is bucking that trend and ramping up his team to meet the demands of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. Especially after just coming off a record year in 2018 in not only sales but also accolades, being awarded the Number 1 residential salesperson for the whole of the Ray White Australian franchise for the 6th year in a row (2013-2018).

“I’m extremely excited to be joining Gavin and his team and welcome the pressure that this level of the industry demands. I feel I have a lot to give and I am thankful for the opportunity.” said Plos.

Plos joins Jerome Srot, Oliver Lavers, Cae Thomas and Remi Quinlivan.

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