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We Open Our Doors for First Career Night

By Todd Alexander

Last Thursday night we opened our doors to host our first career night to help aspiring real estate professionals gain an insight into how our office operated.

Keynote speakers including Managing Director, Elliott Placks, Property Management Director, Michael Krimotat and Loan Market Double Bay Director, Daniel Pym covered all aspects of real estate as we run full service business, making it the perfect environment to gain a well rounded understanding for attendees.

Managing Director Elliott Placks spoke about the booming success of his team and how mentorship had been cultivated in the office culture that ensure the growth of all employees and shaping of their careers.

“At Ray White Double Bay we provide the perfect platform to build a career with our organization being at the forefront of the industry – not just in sales but in Property Management and finance with our Loan Market Business.”

Property Management Director, Michael Krimotat is passionate about the responsibility he has on developing the next wave of aspiring agents.

“We play an integral role in maximising our clients asset growth and one of our key clients is our staff. Watching their career progression is amazingly rewarding and fulfilling.”

Ray White Group chairman Brian White was a surprise guest of the night who spoke to the room full of 40 attendees about the challenges young people are facing in the industry and how the family owned and led group continuously pushes its franchisees to better themselves.

Ray White NSW Blue chief executive Jason Andrew said the night was designed to inspire those looking for a career in real estate and give them an in-depth understanding of what it takes to build a successful career from the market leaders.  

“It’s rarified air at the top. It’s so wonderful to see our best business engaging with their future as well as improving industry standards.” said Mr Andrew.

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