WINNER: Mark Muldrew was named the top performing agent internationally for the Ray White Group in Brisbane last week.
WINNER: Mark Muldrew was named the top performing agent internationally for the Ray White Group in Brisbane last week. Contributed

Ray White Emerald scoops international award

RAY White Emerald shone at the Ray White Rural Awards in Brisbane on Friday, as they took home a stack of awards.

Mark Muldrew was awarded the top performing agent internationally for the Ray White Group, the first time a rural salesperson has topped the competitive agent ranking in more than 30 years.

Selling more than 124 properties last year, to the value of $58 million, Mark said his success all came down to his clients.

"I've been in real estate for the past 14 years, so I've sort of built up a reputation and got to meet some good clients over the years who have stuck with me," Mark said.

"I was quite shocked to get the award - especially competing with people in Sydney and all that, selling houses at an average price of $1.2 million.

"It is going to be tough to repeat what I achieved last year, but as long as we sort of get close to those numbers I'd be pretty happy."

Mark wasn't the only local raking in the awards. He and his brother Paul were both confirmed as Alan White Elite Performers, ranking first and third in the rural network respectively for their sales of residential properties.


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