The NSW-based business is looking to gain footing in the property management scene with the purchase of an 800-strong rent roll and the addition of seven new property managers to its slate.
After two years of making significant strides in the real estate sales space, Ray White Quakers Hill principal Josh Tesolin said that “now is the time” for the business to move into property management.
“Expanding the office and moving into property management, which is where I began my career nine years ago, was a natural progression,” he stated.
He explained that while the business has significantly grown in the last two years – evidenced by solid sale figures and the team’s exponential expansion from one to five selling agents – he wants the business to have the ability to offer a “fully rounded real estate service”.
Since opening, the team has reportedly sold a total of 960 properties. On his own, Mr Tesolin also boasts several awards, such as the Ray White award for top principal for the number of sales in NSW/ACT and also the no. 1 international principal for the highest number of sales.
However, Mr Tesolin is now redirecting his focus on growing their rent roll to 1,000 managements, recruiting top performers and continuing to expand.
“It’s just like sales, if you over-service clients then they will stay with you and help drive new business,” he stated.
To accommodate the business’ growing workforce and its expanding service offerings, Mr Tesolin announced that the business has also bolstered the office’s footprint by leasing another office premise.
The new space will open up the office’s workspace from just 40 square metres to 200 square metres, according to the Ray White franchise. The addition of property managers also brings the total labour force in the business to stand at 25.
Mr Tesolin attributed the business’ levelling up to the strong synergy within his team. “I credit this amazing growth to great teamwork and the relentless worth ethic of everyone in my business. We are working for our clients seven days a week,” he said.