Ray White South Australia has opened it’s bricks and mortar office in Burnside forming the third office for the Ray White Adelaide Group, complimenting their existing Carrington Street Adelaide and flagship Anzac Highway Glenelg offices.
Brett Pilgrim, Director of Ray White Adelaide Group, said in a press release that the office design was “Inspired by the neighbouring cafes” at the village in which the office is set.
“Our culture is fun and provides a real buzz around the office, this is a real estate office where everyone is close and has each other’s back,” Mr Pilgrim said.
“Culture is something we pride ourselves on. We do a lot of the little things right and think of ways we can improve it with everything we do for our team.”
Brett Pilgrim, along with wife Kirsty, have built a strong team and a very successful business through recruiting & training staff from the ground up, and this model isn’t going to change anytime soon Brett said.
“We have a strong foundation and we’re offering a space to agents that want a great place to work but need help to get to that next level. At our Eastern Suburbs office the agents sell predominantly to local owner occupiers but there has been a strong increase in investment inquiry from Melbourne and Sydney.”
Ray White SA CEO Matt Lindblom said the entire Ray White group were extremely proud of Brett & Kirsty Pilgrim & their team, and that the office opening was in line with the group’s rapid expansion into the Eastern Suburbs since 2017.
“The team at Ray White in South Australia made a decision just under two years ago to focus on growing our market share in the eastern suburbs and Ray White Burnside is another positive step in this direction, complementing our Ray White Unley office that opened it’s doors in July 2017.”
“Ray White in Sydney have long been successful selling prestige homes in the eastern suburbs, so we have spent time with their teams and are well positioned to achieve the best outcomes for our clients, particularly with the use of Ray White’s technology and buyers from the China Desk as well as Ray White’s database of 14 million, including interstate buyers from the East Coast.”