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Ray White opens new office in Sydney’s eclectic inner city

07 January 2019 Tim Neary
Ray White Waterloo

A team of property and finance professionals have joined forces in Sydney’s diverse inner-city suburb of Waterloo, to make their real estate dream a reality.

Eric Wei and Edwin Wang, both having worked in the finance industry in Shanghai and Sydney, always shared a common goal of opening a Ray White office.

The pair have a long history in working together, mainly in off-the-plan project sales in the Sydney development sector. Both have deep experience in Waterloo and its surrounds.

Mr Wang said the move was a natural progression of their career paths.

“We always knew that Ray White was going to be the best fit for us, once we finally opened our own office,” he said.

“We wanted to pair our knowledge of the Asian buyer and vendor market with the strongest local brand in real estate.”

He said the pair have a “good feel” for the area.

“We are looking forward to thriving under such a strong family name in the business.

“We can’t wait to see what Waterloo has to offer, over the next 12 months and beyond.”

Mr Wei said there is a strong rental market in Waterloo.

“There are around 21,000 apartments in the local area, with another 7,000 under construction,” he said.

“The suburb is known for its diverse culture and eclectic mix of property, from 19th-century terrace and cottage homes to trendy new development projects.”

Ray White New South Wales Blue CEO Jason Andrew welcomed the Waterloo team to the network.

“The team at our new Waterloo office [is] a natural fit for the company,” Mr Andrew said.

“We’re delighted to have another team joining the family and look forward to supporting them as they continue to grow.”

Hayley He will be heading up the property management side of the business. Jack Shen, Jessica Wang, Vincent Yang and Yolanda Yang have joined the team as senior sales agents and managers. Betty Lu and Sophia Zheng have joined the team with real estate administration.

Ray White opens new office in Sydney’s eclectic inner city
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