Ray White New Zealand Celebrates International Success

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Ray White New Zealand last night held it’s national awards evening at SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland. The evening was attended by 725 members who celebrated and recognised the outstanding achievements of individual members and businesses in the group. Brian White, Joint Chairman of the Group, in his address acknowledged the high level of achievement within the company while acknowledging all award winners. He gave special recognition to the international salespeople of the year and also the international offices of the year.

Last night the Ray White Group celebrated the most successful year in the history of the company, with turnover during 2012 in excess of $5.4 billion from 134 offices throughout New Zealand.

The Ray White Group has over 1,000 offices through eight countries represented by 5,000 sales members. Ray White New Zealand featured in both the international office of the year category and also the international salesperson of the year category. Ray White City Apartments were named the number two office internationally, Ray White Ponsonby the number four office internationally and Ray White Remuera being recognised as the number five office internationally. Ruth Hawes from Ray White Kingsland was named as the Supreme International Salesperson of the Year. Marie Raos from Ray White Howick was recognised as number two internationally, Jackie Cui from Ray White Mt Albert was number four and Steen Nielsen from Ray White Remuera achieved fifth in the international salesperson category.

Carey Smith, Chief Executive of Ray White New Zealand, said that in recognising our members and their achievements it is significant to acknowledge our international award winners. “Ray White is the Australasian market leader and to have such a high representation from New Zealand in the international awards is a credit to our whole network and the progress we have made as a company, not only during the last 12 months but since we made the move to position ourselves as Ray White.”