Agents at top of game

Albany Extra - - Front Page - Saskia Adysti

Ray White Mt Barker cel­e­brated its 20th an­niver­sary this month.

Owner and prin­ci­pal of the com­pany Kim Crofts said work­ing in the real es­tate in­dus­try for the past two decades had been a tough jour­ney for him but the re­wards were worth the strug­gles.

“The in­dus­try al­ways goes up and down through­out the year, but you just have to work harder to get your­self on top of your game,” he said.

“Mt Barker is a good town and we have a deep re­la­tion­ship with all the lo­cals here.

“All of our em­ploy­ees are lo­cal and most of them went to school here.

“Ev­ery­one knows us here and they sup­port us and so we sup­port the town back.”

One of Mr Crofts’ proud­est mo­ments in the past two decades was when he was crowned WA’s top prin­ci­pal of the year and sold more than $17 mil­lion of prop­erty in 2000.

How­ever, the com­pany’s most re­cent award went to new sales mem­ber Luke Buffham, who re­ceived a top rookie of the year award this year.

Mr Crofts said Mt Barker was a prime lo­ca­tion for real es­tate and he was proud to have worked with so many lo­cal clients.

“Mt Barker is 50km away from Den­mark and 50km from Al­bany and close to the Porongu­rups,” he said.

“It’s just a great spot and close to ev­ery­thing.”

Kim Crofts and the team at Mt Barker Ray White.

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