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Ray White Annual Qld Awards Night 2019

By Kaila Hill

More than 1200 real estate agents and guests attended the prestigious Ray White Queensland annual awards at the Royal International Convention Centre on Thursday 5 September 2019 to celebrate the achievements of the top offices and individuals throughout the network.

The team stepping out to debut the Ray White Mermaid Waters team.

Ray White Queensland has a lot to celebrate considering it traded more than $8 billion in residential property sales, made up of over 14,000 transactions in 2018-19.

The sunshine state network listed over 20,000 properties in the same period, which is more than its two closest competitors combined. Today, Ray White Queensland manages over 49,000 properties for their landlords.

On our night of celebration, Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland thanked every one of the 4200 people who make up the leading network in the state.

“To administrators, property managers, PAs and assistants, salespeople, managers and business owners for all of the hard work that you do and the support that you give each other and of course the brand. And tonight, I especially want to thank our business owners.” And that’s what he proceeded to do. All 95 of them.

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