Brendan Mason and Philip Brough, the main shareholders of Ray White Invercargill, have had an outstanding year of business growth with the office being named the first South Island Chairman Elite business for 2019. In addition to this, Brendan Mason was awarded the Chief Executive Cup for 2019 at the annual recognition evening held in September this year.
Ray White Invercargill originally opened their office in 2004 and at that time the office was located in Spey Street, which at the time housed 10 agents and a small property management division. Today the business has over 20 agents and a property management portfolio of over 400. The team has produced outstanding results collectively and shareholder Philip Brough said that he was so proud to be re-committing to Ray White.”The group continues to grow and we feel very much part of the growth that Ray White continues to achieve.”
Brendan Mason, is one of the foundation owners of Ray White Invercargill, said, “It is great news that we continue onboard with Ray White. Our business has never been better and we enjoy the high-performance environment that Ray White offers us. We have a very dynamic team and we are proud of all of their achievements.”
Carey Smith, Chief Executive of Ray White New Zealand said, “Ray White Invercargill is one of our flagship businesses across the Ray White Group. Their office has not only had one of their highest performing years, but it is their growth in their customer satisfaction results linked to their auction performance that has been a real outstanding part of their business model. We are proud of our Ray White Invercargill team.”
Ray White Invercargill work across Invercargill and Riverton and the business is now in its 16th year with Ray White. For further information on Ray White Invercargill please see rwinvercargill.co.nz.