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New Ray White Berwick owners feel strength of network

The strength of the Ray White brand gives Eric Zhang, Winston Wei, Yun Wei, Ricky Chen and Henry Lin a huge amount of confidence as they open their Berwick office.

All are thrilled to acquire ownership of Ray White Berwick, which is located around 39kms southeast of Melbourne’s CBD.

“Berwick is an established suburb in the City of Casey and a great place for families,” Mr Zhang said.

“Ray White is a family business which has been operating for more than 110 years and that gives us great confidence.”

The new Ray White Berwick office is also extremely proud to be a part of Australasia’s largest real estate group.

“The Ray White brand gives us strength,” Mr Zhang said.

“We have a strong sales team with highly skilled agents.

“We have more ways to reach clients because of the great depth of the Ray White network.”

Their systems and smart use of technology ensure the highest level of exposure for properties, resulting in the best possible outcomes for both vendors and landlords.

With a well-established presence across Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, Mr Zhang said they were excited for their next challenge in launching Ray White Berwick.

“We are energetic and experienced and look forward to providing fantastic service to our clients,” he said.

Ray White Victoria and Tasmania CEO Domenic Belfiore congratulated the Ray White Berwick team on the exciting launch.

“Berwick is a suburb growing in popularity and it’s fantastic to be able to assist clients in this expanding area,” Mr Belfiore said.

“Ray White supports growth and improvement, so I look forward to watching Ray White Berwick develop from strength to strength.”

Originally a rich agricultural and pastoral area during the 1800s, Berwick was eventually incorporated as a suburb of Melbourne during the 1990s due to thriving property development in the district.

Berwick is now a booming suburb, attracting a surge of buyers wanting to live in a family-friendly community while still maintaining access to the CBD.

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