In a record breaking period, Ray White Emms Mooney have again received the Ray White Chairman's Elite Business Leader Award.
This is the highest award achievable, and is given to agencies who have reached the top one per cent of the Ray White Group Internationally.
Whilst previously you could argue there were many influences that led to their success in the past, such as low interest rates, commodity prices and the pandemic, Managing Director of Ray White Rural, Stephen Nell, believes this year's award is the result of the high skill levels within the entire Ray White Emms Mooney network.
"It is a testament to the leadership of the business and a reflection to their commitment and processes providing premium results for their clients," he said.
This is the second consecutive year that the Ray White Emms Mooney network have received the award, however this year they achieved the Chairman's Elite recognition in half the time compared to the previous year.
Director Patrick Bird said while he is extremely proud of the team, he believes it is a result of their efficiencies, process and strong ambition to deliver results.
"It is phenomenal and we are extremely honoured for the recognition," he said.
From Real Estate to Livestock to Property Management and administration, Ray White Emms Mooney is the largest network in the Central West and Central Tablelands spanning the Oberon, Bathurst, Blayney, Cowra, Molong and Orange regions.
Director Ben Emms believes it is the effort the team puts in to their roles that has helped bring about this success.
"It's the pride that the staff carry in all aspects of their roles that have contributed to their individual and company success," he said.
"Whatever the task, they believe and respect each other and as a director that is really humbling to witness."
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