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PRESS RELEASE: Ray White Phillip Island named among best in the state


At the highly competitive Ray White Victoria and Tasmania annual awards, local agency, Ray White Phillip Island came away the winners of 3 extremely prestigious awards.

Ray White Phillip Island principal, Kristien Formosa, said being named among the best performing regional businesses in the Ray White Group was a huge honour and walking away with the awards for Number one regional office for settled commission, number one regional Salesperson and Office Manager/Administrator of the Year was a fabulous way to end what has been a very busy financial year.

“Both Leah and I are really happy, every member of our team has worked extraordinarily hard and it is so wonderful to be recognised not only in the state, but within the Ray White Group.

“This award not only recognises the success of the past year, it is also great motivation to work even harder in the coming year,” he said.

Yvette Tancheff of Ray White Phillip Island, was ranked the number one regional salesperson in the state.  Yvette said being named among the best performing agents in the Ray White Group is a huge privilege.

“I am so honoured.  It has been a busy year with great results for many buyers and vendors.   I would like to recognise my team, Sue Grattan, Zoe Burrows and more recently Naomi Goewie-Cleeland for the hard work and dedication they have put in to helping me achieve this result.  It is wonderful to be recognised as one of the best regional performers in Victoria for Ray White.

Leah said “Kristien and Yvette were also recognised on the night as Elite Performers in the Ray White Group.  This is Ray White’s recognition for Sales Agents who reach a high volume of sales and it is a status that every Agent in the Group aspires to. To have both Kristien and Yvette reach this level is testament to all of the hard work of them and their Personal Assistants.”

Juliana Morris was recognised as the Office Manager/Administrator of the Year for her contribution to Ray White Phillip Island.  Kristien and Leah said “We were delighted and so proud of Juliana as she is integral part of our Team.”  Jules said the accolade belongs to everyone within the Team.  “It was a surreal moment and I was thrilled to have been nominated let alone receive the award as there were many worthy recipients nominated.  I can honestly say, it’s an award that belongs to all of our wonderful staff at Ray White Phillip Island. Everyone’s common goal is to make sure our principals, property management team and agents are able to go out and do what they do best and it’s a privilege to work along side such an amazing group.’

“Most importantly, we are proud to offer our clients the very best customer service experience that we can,” she said.

Ray White Group director, Dan White, said “Our support teams are the unsung heroes of our real estate businesses. Their commitment to the Ray White brand is what delivers such impressive results for our group overall,”.

Other honours on the night went to staff who were finalists in their fields: Simon Crook for the Rising Star Award, Amber Formosa for Personal Assistants of the Year, Bec Anderson for Administrative Personal Assistant of the Year.

“We are really proud of the way our Team goes about their business and the results that we’ve achieved in the last financial year.  Our Team has grown over the years, we now have 17 members and we were ecstatic to have everyone together at the awards ceremony to celebrate.  We are looking forward to another promising year ahead”

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