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Ray White Taylor and Partners welcomes Jeremy Brink

By Jessica Lee

Ray White Taylor and Partners are pleased to welcome experienced sales star Jeremy Brink to their team in Darlinghurst.

Mr Brink, born and raised in a small country town in Canada, traveled to Australia in 2010 and fell in love with the nation, before making the momentous decision to stay.

He said he was delighted to join Ray White Taylor and Partners Darlinghurst and credited the meetings he had for his attraction to the role. “I met with the office and agents, and I found they had a different service proposition. They’re extremely professional and seemed to go against the grain of what you’d define as a typical real estate agent,” Mr Brink said. “There’s too much one-size-fits-all in the real estate arena and the consumer is certainly becoming aware of that. Service levels will determine individual’s and business success, and I’m confident I’ve found this with Ray White Taylor and Partners. I look forward to the challenge of continuing to build  this new office.”

Mr Brink has been in the real estate industry since 2014 and admits it’s the people that makes his career rewarding. “I chose real estate as a career because I genuinely enjoy dealing with people daily. Combining the diverse nature of the role, meaning every day is different, made the industry really appeal to me,” he said. “I love the fast-paced environment and I always leave the office with a smile on my face knowing I’ve helped people achieve their ideal lifestyle.”

Peter Taylor, Director of Ray White Taylor and Partners Darlinghurst, said he was pleased to welcome Mr Brink to the Group. “Jeremy is very much aligned with our values and what we feel defines a strong level of service and professionalism,” Mr Taylor said. “We know Jeremy is the type of agent who understands our business’ overall direction and he thinks differently from your standard listing and selling real estate agent, so we firmly believe this will pay personal dividends in the future. It may feel like a slower build but we are solidifying customer relationships that will provide a lasting foundation long into the future, this is very appealing for the right agent.”

“Jeremy was being chased by a number of the larger agencies and we were delighted when he suggested he felt the same synergy would provide a benefit to his long-term career goals.”

“Jeremy understands our long-term goals and believes it’ll ensure a sustainable professional future. He wants to succeed and he wants to succeed without compromising his values.”

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