Elite agent takes over Ray White Port Douglas
Ray White Port Douglas is reopening under the new management of top agent Mark Flinn, launching an all-new office on Wharf Street.
Working for Ray White as an agent for 20 years, Mr Flinn was thrilled to be fulfilling his long-held ambition of owning his own franchise in the coastal paradise.
As the market leader, Mr Flinn has the runs on the board as part of the top 10 per cent of real estate agents within the Ray White Group. He’s been an elite performer for the last six years, which is a remarkable feat in this premier lifestyle location.
Originally a Victorian who hit the road at age 21 to explore Australia, headed north and has never looked back.
“I believe that everything happens for a reason, it’s all coming together at the right time in my life. My wife Cassie and I are very excited about opening our own family business, backed by the biggest family business,” Mr Flinn said.
“I am passionate about real estate and proud to be part of the unique Port Douglas community. I arrived almost 20 years ago to this beautiful palm tree clad town and have never left.
“Selling real estate allows me to connect with so many interesting people and I look forward to our business proudly serving past, present and future clients with all their property needs.
“We have clientele all over the country and I am talking to many expats who are overseas and dreaming of coming home. To be honest, most who visit Port Douglas dream of owning a holiday home here, why wouldn’t you?”
Ray White Queensland CEO Jason Andrew says Mark Flinn was the only obvious choice to take over the reins from the outgoing business owner.
“Mark lives and breathes real estate in Port Douglas. He’s a terrific ambassador for Ray White and he has the perfect combination of energy and experience,” Mr Andrew said.
“His relentless commitment to their clients, strong family values and his innovative approach is what sets him apart.
“We firmly see ourselves as partners, not franchisors, and this collaborative approach is very attractive to the next generation of business owners. We 100 per cent support Mark Flinn’s ambitions.”
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