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Daniel Diamantopoulos Ray White Elite Performer

By Rayni Jerram

Local agent named among Ray White’s Elite

Daniel Diamantopoulos of Ray White Craigieburn was honoured at the Group’s annual state awards as an Elite performer, ranking him among the top two per cent of Ray White agents in the country.

The Alan White Elite Performer list is the Ray White Group’s prestigious ranking that recognises agents who gross more than $600,000 in commission over the past fiscal year, or settle 65 or more sales.

Humbled by the recognition, Mr. Diamantopoulos said the award was testament to the determination of the past 12 months.

“It is such an honour to be named among the very best agents across Ray White. It’s wonderful to be recognised and it’s also great motivation to grow stronger and work harder in the next year,” he said.

Ray White Group director, Dan White, said the Elite rankings illustrated the energy within the Group.

“It fills me with immense pride every year when our Elite Performers are announced and recognised – to see so many individuals performing so well within the group can be put down to hard work and dedication,” he said.

The 2016 Financial Year saw a record number of Ray White agents reach Elite status, with 411 now named among the distinguished rankings.

“So many of our members are achieving and exceeding personal bests. Some exciting results for our group overall,” Mr White said.

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