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Ray White Frankston kicks off Reinvent 2019

By Jessie Stewart

SUCCESSFUL local real estate agency in Melbourne’s west, Ray White Frankston recently held a jam-packed seminar called ‘Reinvent 2019’ aimed at empowering agents to take their business to the next level. Reinvent 2019 showcased some of the real estate industry’s top leaders and influencers who shared their insights and knowledge within an intimate setting of 40 agents.

“Attendees were guided to shift their perception of reality and greatly impact the results they can create within their own businesses and personal life,” said Ashley Weston, who owns Ray White Frankston. “The day was aimed at not only agents who were starting out at the beginning of their career, but also established agents with an abundance of game changing ideas shared by a team of guest speakers.” 

Classed within the most successful agents in the industry, Mr Weston is regarded as a natural born leader and record breaking property professional with an exhaustive list of sales, awards and accolades to his name. He’s been named as a Ray White Elite Performer for the past five years, placing him among the top three per cent of sales agents internationally.

“I have experienced every type of market change Victoria – from market highs to market lows – acquiring the skills to sell real estate in any type of market,” he said. “I often provide market training in the sector, and travel interstate and overseas several times a year to present to my peers, including at the Australian Real Estate Conference in front of 4500 real estate professionals. “Reinvent 2019 was my way of giving back to my local area.”

Speakers included Megan Jaffe, principal of Ray White Remuera, the top Ray White office internationally, in the eastern suburbs of Auckland. Mr Weston said Ms Jaffe was a true entrepreneur with a background in healthcare, commerce and property. “Megan is outstanding at leadership and team building. She’s celebrated as one of the very best leaders in the Ray White Group,” he said.

Other speakers included Taney Jain, finalist in Australasian Real Estate awards 2016 among top 5 new agents of the year in Australia and New Zealand and Brenton Ilicic, director of Victoria’s largest specialist auctioneering company EYS Auctions. 

Sales agent Matt Thompson of Ray White Langwarrin said he loved the session for its “incredible speakers in such an intimate environment which made it easy to really engage in the experiences and knowledge that was being shared”. 

“A lot of great takeaways that I am looking forward to implementing into my business.” 

Ray White Cheltenham agent and auctioneer Angela Limanis said she thoroughly enjoyed the content. ”I took away so much from every speaker and having Megan Jaffe from Ray Whites top office internationally open up about her business was just incredibly inspiring to hear.”

Sales agent Callum MacPherson of Ray White Frankston said Reinvent 2019 was an awesome experience “a truly inspiring selection of people and the intimacy of the session was absolutely outstanding”. “I’m super excited about implementing some changes both in my life and business planning.”

The Ray White Frankston team will be running the event again next year and are excited to be incorporating property management also.

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