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A familiar face backed by Australia’s biggest brand in real estate opens Ray White Bracken Ridge

By Jemma Wood

A familiar face, and one of Queensland’s top agents, Roxanne Paterson, will open the doors to Ray White’s newest office in Brisbane – Ray White Bracken Ridge – on 18 July, and will hit the ground running with a significant market share already in place.

Roxanne joined Ray White in April and in that time has continued to be a dominating force in the local community – listing close to 20 properties in the short two month period.

Now turning her attention to business ownership, Roxanne’s strong and successful background in business management will ensure she continues to bring strong results to Bracken Ridge. Roxanne’s husband, Jamie Paterson will be joining the team to oversee the property management business – and they intend to quickly grow an impressive rent roll.

“I am looking forward to creating an office that will be the market leader from day one and attract the best talent that Bracken Ridge has to offer. My goal is to be known for our values in customer service by providing each and every one of our clients our signature communication style based on integrity and honesty,” she said.

Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland said, “A company such as ours now 114 years in the making, still treasures the opportunity to service the needs of our communities. Roxanne is not only the star performer of the Bracken Ridge area and has been for quite some time, she is also embraced by the homeowners of the area and has become deeply embedded in supporting the community. Being a mother, wife and leader of a real estate agency, Roxanne emulates the true core values of a company such as ours. Family values for a family business. I am sure she will look after many families and their property matters throughout the region.”

Bracken Ridge is a suburb with a strong family community according to Roxanne, who has been selling in the area for over two years.

“A lot of people will upsize, or they will downsize, but many people don’t want to ever leave Bracken Ridge. It’s a very convenient suburb and there is immediate access to both motorways. Bracken Ridge is not a pass through suburb – people intend to be here. It’s a destination,” she said.

“In the last two years, the suburb has seen a huge amount of growth. Bracken Ridge in sale prices has never been in a better position than it is now, first home buyers are trying to get in and Sydney buyers are all over it.”

For a familiar face with a proven track record for achieving the best results, visit Ray White Bracken Ridge at 8/162 Barrett Street. Doors open 18 July.

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