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Ray White Queensland celebrates its 2023 winners

By Ray White Whitsunday

More than 1,400 members from across Ray White Queensland attended the state’s 2022-23 annual awards held at the Royal International Convention Centre.

Ray White Queensland CEO Jason Andrew said the moment was like no other in the year with so many members from across the state gathered in one space at one time to celebrate one another.

“From the lofty highs of the last few years to a market now quasi-normalised. Your work to embrace the change required between those contrary markets is tonight rightly celebrated,” he said.

“Do we make Ray’s story, which is all of our story – to grow, to protect, to improve; do we make this story enduring?

“Our daily work can add or detract to or from this story. And every day we get to make that choice. In every interaction with a customer, a phone call to another member, an innocuous social post or with just another email. Every interaction matters.

“By committing to the daily work as a practice, it is our way to clear market leadership and fulfil the state strategy of; being best in market.”

The most prestigious award of the night was the Max White Award, which is given each year to an individual who had made the most significant contribution to the Ray White Group in Queensland. This was the award’s 43rd year and was given to Ray White Robina CEO Scott Burgess.

“Tonight’s winner bought their office in 2006. The GFC followed an original mass staff exodus. From these humble beginnings, this business owner has built something enduring”, Mr Andrew said as he presented the award.

“Our winner is calm and honest, fiercely loyal and structured. His pedigree as a child sports prodigy and the discipline to come with that  is clear for all to see, but it is his ability to listen and find a solution, create market share and be a clear leader that we love most about this individual.”

In his acceptance speech, Mr Burgess said he was so proud to have so many people be with them for a long period of time from across the group.

“We’ve been a part of this wonderful family group for 17 years and what an unbelievable group the Ray White Group is. The training, the support and the mentoring, it’s outstanding,” he said.

“Please understand me when I say, no matter whether you’re having a good year or a bad year, this is the best group to be with.”

Ray White New Farm once again took out the top spot as the number one Ray White office in the state by settled commission also taking out number one office in the country. The leading agency, headed by Matt Lancashire and Haesley Cush comes under the Ray White Collective banner, which was named the Top Business by settled commission. Ray White Collective includes offices across New Farm, Bulimba, Toowong and Clayfield. Matt Lancashire was not only ranked the top seventh principal by settled commission internationally but number one principal in the settled commission category within the Queensland network. The business also won the Excellence in Marketing Office award.

Meanwhile, regional office Ray White Rockhampton was named the Top Office for number of sales. The Ray White Aspley Group, which includes Aspley, Warner, Scarborough, Newport and Springfield ranked as the leading business for number of sales.

Off the back of another stellar year, Ray White North Lakes Chairman’s Elite agent Ryan Suhle took out both sales categories and was named the number one salesperson for both settled commission and number of sales.

Riley Neaton of Ray White Rockhampton was named the number one principal in the Queensland network for number of sales.

The Ray White Upper Coomera office was ranked the Top Auction Office, while leading agent from the team Brad Wilson was named the Top Auction Agent.

In the Clients’ Choice category, Ray White Toowoomba, Ray White Caloundra and Ray White Bundaberg were ranked in the top three. Natascha Drexel-Munro from Ray White Caloundra, John Price of the Bargara office and Kathryn Willshire from Ray White Buderim were awarded in the Individual Clients’ Choice awards.

Ray White Rockhampton was a standout at the annual awards, winning the Top Office for Loan Market Referrals, while leading agent Melinda Kirby won the Agent/Broker Partnership for Loan Market Referrals award. The regional office also won the Property Management Growth Office and BDM Emily Richardson won the Business Development Management award. Ray White Rockhampton was named the office with the Best Approach to Database Management, awarded by Ray White Concierge.

In the Property Management categories, Ray White AKG – Marsden | Daisy Hill | Brookwater and Greater Springfield was named the Top Property Management Performance Business. Meanwhile, Ray White Aspley took out the Top Property Management Performance Office award and the combined Ray White Aspley Group – Aspley | Warner | Scarborough | Newport | Springfield won in the Top Property Management Growth Business category. Ray White Mooloolaba’s Kristy Hass won the Property Manager of the Year award. The Top Property Management Growth Office (Acquisition) went to Ray White North Lakes.

Ray White Ascot were named the winning office in the Community Contribution category. While Ray White Burleigh Group’s Conner Malan and Daniel Donovan took out the Excellence in Marketing – Individual award.

In the Top Offices for Growth, Ray White Wamuran | Bellmere came out on top while the Top Salespeople for Growth category was led by Brad Wilson of Ray White Upper Coomera.

The unsung heroes of administration were also recognised with Ray White Surfers Paradise Group winning Operations/Administration Team of the Year and Melinda Leathart from Ray White Aspley taking out Administrator/Personal Assistant of the Year.

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