Ray White Winning REB Major Network of the Year

By Ebru Kopuz

Ray White took out Major Network of the Year at the annual REB awards for the second consecutive year. Paul White was there to accept the award on behalf of the White Family, praising the diligent work of every single one of our business owners, day in and day out. Our New South Wales network is 28% of the entire network, so this award should be celebrated by each and every single one of our offices!

The REB Awards are the only accolades open to every real estate professional and group across the industry. REB editor Tim Neary says the awards will recognise the best operators in the industry, across several categories. Mr Neary said the judging process is both transparent and measurable, “It includes the insights and opinions of a team of judges, ensuring the awards are fair, accurate and unbiased,” he said. “The judging itself is a multi-step process. All submissions are delivered to a panel of respected industry professionals and business leaders for assessment.”

The panel members included Brett Spencer, CEO of Stargate; Josh Frith, managing director of The Dubs; Vicki Stylianou, executive general manager of the Institute of Public Accountants; Innes Kirkwood, sales director of banking and financial services at Macquarie Group; and Tim Gavan, director and head of real estate advisory services NSW at KPMG Australia.

The judges scored each submission across a range of criteria, each applicable to its category description.

Now in its fifth year, the REB Awards reflect the tenacity and resilience of Australia’s leading real estate operators and networks.

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