Ray White welcomes Leigh and Dane Crockford in Tauranga

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There’s some exciting news to come out of the lockdown. 

Leigh Crockford and his son Dane Crockford have rebranded their long established family-owned independent real estate agencies in Tauranga to Ray White to take them to the next level of growth.

Having opened his agency in 1974, Leigh has built and maintained a reputation for integrity and professionalism. Crockford is a trusted name in the community.

During the lockdown, Leigh, Dane and Nicolette Aldridge – their newly appointed Branch Manager and no stranger to the Ray White brand – have been working hard behind the scenes to allow for a smooth transition to Ray White. 

Ray White Greerton and Ray White Cherrywood’s mission is to continue to establish and maintain their reputations for hard work, honesty, integrity and professionalism with a strong focus on customer service, providing clients and customers with total commitment and accountability.

“We feel very connected to the Ray White values and culture. We did a lot of research and Ray White stood out beyond everything else out there in terms of its support, structure and systems. Everyone has kept in touch even during the lockdown,” Dane said.

“We are looking to expand the sales team in time, and with the good name of Ray White behind us in recruiting we feel confident moving forward.”

Ray White New Zealand Chief Executive Carey Smith said he was delighted to welcome the Crockfords into the family owned and led network.

“We are so blessed to be joined by such high quality calibre business owners in the Crockfords. We will now support them with their ambitions as growth is in our DNA.

“They have long had such a good reputation in their community for hard work, integrity, professionalism with a strong focus on customer service and we respect the compliment that has been paid to us by joining us, especially after this period of uncertainty,” Mr Smith said.