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Rockhampton agents recognised for excellence

By David Bell

Real estate in Rockhampton continues to be serviced by the good folks at Ray White Rockhampton and this has been reflected in the recent recognition of two of its elite salespeople.

The Ray White Group's competitive Elite status has been awarded to the Rockhampton office – specifically its principal David Bell and sales agent Barbara Harris.

In a network of over 7,000 members, there are just 182 recipients of the Alan White Elite status – where they are recognised for their work in the real estate market in the last calendar year.

To be eligible, agents must have made 65 sales or settled nearly $500,000 in commission.

On an international scale, these people are in the top three per cent in the Ray White Group, chairman Brian White.

He elaborated: "We recognise our Alan White Elite Performers as the very finest operators within the Ray White network.

"Our Elite Performers have shown and exhibited the skills the company is proud of."

To celebrate their achievements, Alan White Elites will be able to attend an exclusive dinner in Sydney, and be allowed to attend an invitation-only conference at the Sydney Hilton.

The Alan White status is in honour of the company's second generation leader, who strived for excellence and also recognised those who achieved it.

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