Richard Matthews Real Estate in Sydney’s inner- and south-west has grown its upper management, adding a third director to the growing group.
Mai Le has been with the firm for a number of years, but her addition as director will complement the leadership of Richard Baini and Matthew Everingham while she oversees the outfit’s third office.
Recently ranking 45th on REB’s list of Top 50 Women in Real Estate, Ms Le has been with the agency for five years and will serve as the licensee in charge of the Richard Matthews Georges Hall office that’s expected to open in mere weeks.
On the news of the appointment, Ms Le expressed her gratitude to the founding duo for recognising her ambition.
“I am excited to step into a new role within a strong leadership team that shares my vision and has trusted me with the growth of the business,” she said.
Mr Baini commented that Ms Le’s promotion was well-earned.
“This is a testament to the wonderful leadership qualities that Mai displays on a daily basis. Highly respected throughout our team and recognised as a Top 50 female agent in Australia through the REB awards. We are delighted to welcome Mai as a director of Richard Matthews Real Estate Georges Hall,” Mr Baini said.
Mr Everingham echoed the sentiment: “Mai is arguably the most respected agent in and around the area for the very qualities that we all admire in her. Authentic, honest, sincere and with the most incredible work ethic the industry has seen.
“Mai doesn’t just say she works seven days a week, Mai actually does and that includes regular late night finishes. Mai shares our passion for world class service, record results and this transition into a director role was a natural progression.”
Ms Le said that while she has great ambitions for the business, she was taking a moment to enjoy the success of the team’s hard work.
“There is so much to already be proud of and I cannot wait to continue to provide world class service and find outstanding talent to join the Georges Hall office ahead of its imminent opening,” Ms Le said.
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