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Property Management Awards Celebrated

The Ray White Group in New Zealand manages close to 18,000 properties through 177 offices who undertake property management services engaging landlords and tenants. There has been significant changes in the area of property management, particularly around healthy homes and the requirements of landlords to ensure their properties comply with the recent changes in the… Read more »

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Ray White New Zealand Acknowledged in International Clients Choice

On Thursday night the Ray White Group in New Zealand celebrated their national and international awards at SkyCity in Auckland.  A key part of the Ray White New Zealand growth has been around customer satisfaction. This is independently surveyed through Customer Monitor and provides the company with a national, local and individual score for each… Read more »

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Ray White Remuera acknowledged as the New Zealand Office of the Year

Ray White Remuera has been crowned the Ray White top office in front of the sellout recognition evening audience for 2018/2019. The Ray White Remuera office is a leader in their own individual marketplace and they have grown their business has grown a further 21% during the past 12 months under the leadership of the… Read more »

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Ray White Celebrates 25 Years

The Ray White Group held a combined annual recognition evening along with celebrating 25 years of operation in the New Zealand real estate industry. Close to 1,000 members joined together at Auckland’s Spark Arena to look back on the 25 years and to celebrate the success the Group has achieved. The evening started with the… Read more »

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Ray White Name Heather Walton as NZ Supreme Salesperson

The Ray White Group last week celebrated their annual recognition evening with 920 members and guests at the SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland. The evening recognises achievements by Ray White members in New Zealand across all areas of real estate, including residential, commercial, rural and property management services. As part of the company’s recognition, there… Read more »

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Ray White Remuera Named As Office Of The Year

The Ray White Group last night named Ray White Remuera as their New Zealand Office of the Year at their annual recognition night, which brought together 920 members to celebrate an evening of success and recognition. Along with being named Office of the Year, Ray White Remuera were also acknowledged in the area of customer… Read more »

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Integration Part of Superior Service

Olivia Giles (pictured above) collected on behalf of Heather Dietsche from Ray White Metro was last week acknowledged as the top integration referring salesperson to the Loan Market Group for Ray White New Zealand. Tony McPherson, owner of Ray White Metro, said “Heather’s approach to providing her clients with an integrated service has seen her maintain… Read more »

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Market Share: Key to Business Attraction

The Ray White Group across New Zealand during the past 12 months have achieved a market share rise of 1.2%, which has lifted the Group’s market share in residential sales to 15% as at December 2014.  At the recent Ray White awards, market share was acknowledged as a key category for the success of an… Read more »

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Customer Satisfaction Awarded

The Ray White Group internationally have adopted Customer Monitor, which allows our offices and individual members to have feedback provided with a consistent process that invites clients to rate Ray White members on the service they deliver. Customer satisfaction has long been recognised as an important part of the sales process and one of the… Read more »

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Top Rural Salesperson Awarded to Neville Kemp

Neville Kemp, who is part of the Ray White Te Awamutu team, has been acknowledged as the leading rural salesperson for the Ray White New Zealand Group at their annual awards evening recently held in Auckland. In receiving the award, Neville acknowledged the growing importance of the rural economy within New Zealand and with that,… Read more »