Business owner Justin Kurenda said the goal over the next 12 months is to further increase our market share in the area.
In a bid to improve servicing the coastal area of South Australia, Ray White Glenelg business owners Justin Kurenda and Adam Keane have taken over the reins at Ray White Brighton.
Mr Kurenda said they were honoured to take over from former business owners Scott and Cheryl Robinson, who are retiring after owning the business for over a decade. Mr Kurenda added that he was looking forward to working with the highly talented and experienced Ray White Brighton team who are all continuing in their current roles.
Both Mr Kurenda and Mr Keane grew up in the area, and are passionate about the location and its people.
“From Ray White Glenelg to Ray White Brighton is about a 10 minute drive,” Mr Kurenda said.
“Taking over the responsibility of the Brighton business means we’ll be able to service this whole coastal area for our clients.
“We wanted to grow and a part of this strategy was to acquire another office, where we’ll be running as one business and one team over two offices.”
After opening Ray White Glenelg in October 2019, the business has become the market leader in the area. Mr Kurenda said they planned to continue growing all aspects of their business to provide the best possible service to their clients across the region.
“Our goal over the next 12 months is to further increase our market share in the area,” he said.
“We are focused on continuing to grow our sales, property management and Loan Market businesses and being the market leader in that regard.”
Ray White South Australia CEO Matt Lindblom said Justin and Adam were the perfect leaders to take over the responsibility of the Ray White Brighton office and it is a great fit for the Ray White Glenelg and Brighton teams to come together as one.
“Collectively, the group of sales agents, mortgage brokers, property managers and administrators at both the Glenelg and Brighton offices are experienced and very well respected in Ray White’s South Australian network, a significant factor in their continued growth of market share in the area,” Mr Lindblom said.
“I’m proud to see the business continue to grow, and excited about what can be achieved with this new venture.
“I would also like to acknowledge Scott and Cheryl Robinson’s significant contribution to the network over more than 10 years and I certainly wish them well in retirement, with more time for family, travel and leisure.”
Source: Ray White Group