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Ray White Craigieburn Top 3 Auction Office

By Rayni Jerram

Local agency named among best in the state

At the highly competitive Ray White Victoria and Tasmania annual awards, local agency, Ray White Craigieburn, was ranked the number three auction office in the state.

Recognising performance based on settled sales, the top three auction offices in the Ray White Victoria and Tasmania network were awarded.

Carlo Gargano, managing director of Ray White Craigieburn, said being named among the best performing businesses in the Ray White Group was a huge honour.

“We are so thrilled – Our team has worked extraordinarily hard and it is so wonderful to be recognised as one of the best performing offices not only in the state, but within the Ray White Group.

“This award not only recognises the success of the past year, it is also great motivation to work even harder in the coming year,” he said.

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

“It fills me with immense pride every year when our state awards are announced and our businesses are recognised – to see so many performing so well within the group can be put down to hard work and dedication.

“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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