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23 Years – Still Going Strong

By Laura Anderson

Ray White Picton is celebrating 23 years of providing outstanding real estate service to the community. On May 1st 1993 Kevin O’Mara purchased Max Watson Real Estate, established in 1975, and secure the Ray White franchise. I remember being extremely excited about our new venture. At the time of opening our staff consisted of Max Watson, Debbie Adams and myself.

Over the years we have witnessed real estate highs and lows. Hard to believe now but I am the longest serving principal of all the offices in Picton. All the original principal proprietors have all changed hands plus a few more new agencies have opened in the district.

Our many achievements include largest growth and development of a Ray White franchise and most outstanding office. I think our greatest achievement is providing employment for local people.

I have been very fortunate over the past 23 years, I have enjoyed tremendous support from my wife Jane and I would also like to extend special thanks to my colleagues past and current, who have all contributed to our business over this period. Max Watson, Debbie Adams, Neil Davies, Bev Harrison, Doris Stead, Tanya Firth, Kevin Hill, Jodie Reason, David Roberts, Daniel O’Mara, Trish Rowley and Jaimi Calvert. Our current team – Barry Lutman, Cathy O’Mara, Laura Anderson, Jo Smoothy and Cassy Durrington.

Our strength is within our firm. We are experienced and dedicated to provide the very best real estate service in our district. Our communication with our clients is first class;we are always approachable and willing to provide advice.

New times, new challenges which I’m looking forward to. Maintaining our office as a market leader is paramount.

To all our valued clients past and present, I thank you sincerely for your support over the past twenty-three years.

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