Ray White Upper North Shore has revealed a new addition to its office line-up.
Headlined by local area specialists Scott Philipps, Lisa Davies and Jessica Cao, and under the care of directors Greg Windel and David Walker, the new Roseville office joins the Ray White Upper North Shore Group’s office portfolio across Turramurra, Wahroonga and St Ives.
The sales agents aim to highlight Roseville’s “charming village vibe”, which they note as accentuated by big-sized homes and blocks that are considerably above Sydney averages.
They’ve also touted the location as able to provide families with both space and quiet — without having to give up connectivity to central hubs like Chatswood, North Sydney and the CBD.
According to Mr Windel: “Roseville has a friendly community with plenty of amenities surrounding the train station and the Pacific Highway, also home to the Roseville Cinema, a cool, independent Art Deco cinema.”
He outlined how “over the past few years, popular cafés have arrived on the scene and added a modern vibe, alongside homewares and retail options”.
“For us, it was a natural move to expand into Roseville, as we have worked closely in the area. We are all excited about the new business,” the director commented.
Displaying integrity and solid work ethic in every transaction, the trio headlining the new Roseville office are “a force to be reckoned with”, Ray White Group managing director Dan White commented.
“Their relentless commitment to their clients, strong values and innovative approach is what sets them apart,” he said.
“They’re a team of genuine leaders with big ambitions and they have built a tremendous business… We truly believe their best years are still ahead of them.”