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David Treloar joins Dwight Ferguson to open Ray White Albion

By Demi Treloar

Ray White Ascot Principal Dwight Ferguson will join forces with his Ascot sales manager David Treloar to expand and open a brand new office, Ray White Albion.

Albion is well documented as one of Brisbane’s emerging suburbs by reputation, but that’s not all that is emerging, according to David.

“Not only is Albion an up and coming suburb, but it is also literally emerging,” he said, “It is emerging out of the ground with some enormous developments.”

These developments are already well under way, with over 700 apartments under construction including a mix of high rise and boutique developments. In addition to this, Albion’s industrial precinct is also undergoing a much anticipated transformation.

This industrial upgrade will see Ray White Albion become the first real estate office in the upcoming shopping and dining precinct.

35-year-old David will become one of the Ray White Group’s youngest principals after beginning his real estate career in 1999 at Philip Webb in Melbourne as a sales assistant and then moving to Queensland as a sales consultant and auctioneer.

David was a Business Development Executive in the Ray White Queensland corporate office with a strong background in auctioneering – being a finalist four times and runner up twice for the Real Estate Institute of Queensland’s  auctioneer of the year award.

Dwight already runs one of Brisbane’s most successful offices, Ray White Ascot and is expanding with Ray White Albion working side-by-side with Ascot.

According to David, Ray White was attractive to him as a business owner having worked at various levels within the group because of the culture, the people and the strength of the brand.

“Having such easy access to the leaders within the Ray White organisation was really important for me,” he said.

Dwight and David are keen to establish a business which aligns with the Ray White values.

“We want to build strong community relationships, and be proactive and involved in our community,” said David.

“Dwight and I have a really good relationship and work well together.”

“The business has grown significantly since David joined,” added Dwight.

Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland said the new office was a welcome move.

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