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Moving on Up

By Roxanne Pienaar

Life has certainly been somewhat different and unsettling over the last two months but as they say in show business “the show must go on”! We must find a new way to continue, to adapt, to succeed. The multicultural nation that makes up New Zealand is resilient. We have faced trying situations before and we always find a way to succeed, rebuild and grow stronger.

It is these qualities that Elanor MacDonald has built her Ray White business. She has always focused on resilience, strength, and instilled determination in her team despite all odds. After 15 years in business, Ray White Napier is “Moving on Up”, growing, changing and adapting and remaining strong through these difficult times.

Ray White Hawke’s Bay has experienced immense growth over the last few years. Our top-performing Napier team continues to see new talent join our line-up. We have now reached a point where we have outgrown our current premises at 209 Dickens Street, Napier. Despite the somewhat unfortunate timing, we look forward to moving to our new homes on the 25th of May 2020.

60 Prebensen Drive, the old workforce building, will allow our business to continue to grow, attract new talent and offer fantastic service to our clients (like free parking). Occupying the entire bottom floor, with a custom fit-out the Ray White team has high hopes for this building and sees the building as the perfect platform to rebuild the economy together and grow stronger.

Thank you to everyone who has been apart of our journey thus far and we look forward to many years of successful trading at 60 Prebensen Drive.

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