After 13 years owning and operating Ray White Rural Guyra – Armidale, Andrew and Dayna Starr are branching into the residential space with a new office in Armidale.
The business will become a full service real estate office covering everything from large scale farms and rural lifestyle properties to residential sales and property management.
With more than 20 years’ experience in the real estate industry, Mr Starr said this was a great opportunity to not only expand his reach across northern New South Wales, but also provide greater exposure to his clients and local community.
“The main priority for us is our clients. My team and I aim to get the best results every time,” Mr Starr said.
“We will now have fully operational sales and property management departments so our business can support all facets of property. So whether you’re buying, selling, investing or renting, Ray White in Armidale has a specialist in the field.”
The office isn’t the only thing expanding, with Ray White team also welcoming local agent Cayne Moar to the fold. He will work alongside Lachlan Cullen who has been with the Ray White Rural brand in Armidale for three years.
“Having known Cayne for many years, we are thrilled to have such a well-known and successful agent join our business,” Mr Starr said.
“Cayne has built a very successful local career and is well loved among the Armidale community. He is known for his enthusiasm, integrity and competency and I’m so grateful to have him join our family.”
Having sold some magnificent properties around the local community, Mr Moar is keen to hit the ground running with a number of new listings going live this week.
“I’m very excited to be joining the team at Ray White. I have great connections with my local community and I’m thrilled to be able to offer my clients the benefits of working with Australasia’s biggest real estate brand,” Mr Moar said.
Ray White Rural managing director Stephen Nell congratulated Andrew and Dayna on their expansion and welcomed Mr Moar to the business.
“Andrew and Dayna have run an exceptional rural business for many years and we are thrilled to see them take on this next opportunity,” Mr Nell said.