Ben Keevers, one of the leading agents in the upmarket suburb of Sorrento in Western Australia, has teamed up with the Ray White network.
Mr Keevers was a hard-working defender known for his “gut-running” and “unrelenting” work ethic who contributed to three Subiaco premierships during his 163-game career, according to the Subiaco Football Club.
Ray White Group joint chairman Brian White said that Mr Keevers’s down-to-earth nature and enthusiasm makes him one of the most sought-after agents in Perth’s exclusive northern beaches.
Mr White also said that there is no greater compliment than to have a top agent joining the network.
“My family and I are excited to welcome Ben Keevers and his team to our business,” Mr White said.
“Growth is the oxygen for a business like ours that has been expanding for over 115 years.”
Ray White Western Australia chief executive officer Mark Whiteman said that he is excited to welcome to Mr Keevers and his team to the WA network.
“What better way to start the 2018 year than with this key announcement,” Mr Whiteman said.
“Ben’s choice to join Ray White is a great honour for our company. He is one of the brightest young stars in the Western Australian market and he brings great energy and ambition to our group.”
Mr Keevers said that he was attracted to Ray White for its family values, supportive culture and the opportunity to progress to business ownership at some stage.
“After meeting Brian and Dan White, it was clear to me that the family were right behind every member of the group, particularly with their investment in cutting-edge technology and innovation to assist their agents,” Mr Keevers said.
“My new business owners and their team have been very supportive, and I’m excited about my new surroundings.
“I pride myself on delivering a high quality of care and service to my clients, and I believe I’m now even better placed to service my community and take my achievements to the next level.”
Mr Keevers is joining the Ray White North Quay franchise in Sorrento with business owners Daryl Green and Scott Langley.