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Treloar family expands reach to Albany Creek

Wayne Treloar is excited to announce he has acquired ownership of Ray White Albany Creek, not far from his existing Bridgeman Downs office in Brisbane’s northwest.

Mr Treloar and his wife Sonya are already local success stories, following their sharp rise to excellence at Ray White Bridgeman Downs.

“We have lived locally for more than 12 years so when the opportunity came up to purchase another office in the area, it was an easy choice,” Mr Treloar said.

“With such success in Bridgeman Downs, it was a natural progression to open an office in Albany Creek.

“The demographic is quite similar between the two suburbs and being so close together, we find a lot of people who live in Albany Creek are looking to move to Bridgeman Downs.”

Their systems won’t change at Ray White Albany Creek with Mr Treloar to focus on the business, financial management and marketing elements, while Ms Treloar will mentor the sales team.

Ms Treloar is a Chairman Elite member for 2017/2018, Number 2 in Queensland as awarded at the 2016/2017 Queensland Annual Awards, and was recently recognised as Number 1 Agent of the North of the River Zone Awards for the 2017 calendar year.

“Myself, Sonya and our sons, Brock and Levi, look forward to continuing to deliver outstanding real estate results for the families of Bridgeman Downs and Albany Creek,” Mr Treloar said.

Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland congratulated Mr Treloar on the acquisition of Ray White Albany Creek.

“It is wonderful to see yet another Ray White family success story strategically working to service more of the real estate community,” Mr Warland said.

“The Treloars are fantastic ambassadors for the Ray White Group, and Albany Creek buyers and sellers are in great hands.”

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