David Fenwick Principal of Ray White Everton Park, offers the Brisbane northside marketplace several decades of successful property involvement and knowledge.
As a previous owner of Ray White Wellington Point (Oct 2003-Aug 2006) on Brisbane’s south (where David attended school), he doubled the office’s market share in the business’s first full year. Twelve months on, he grew that a further 30 per cent. David’s significant work in the commercial property sector in management, redevelopment and marketing of boutique local and large regional and suburban shopping centres, in Brisbane, North Queensland and NSW, have been recognised with multiple notable industry property and marketing awards.
Now as a northern suburbs resident, David says, “It’s a return of Ray White know-how to Everton Park (which was formerly served by the brand for approximately two decades), but with new vigour.” The Ray White Everton Park office, which is located alongside the suburb’s iconic local fruiterer at 487 South Pine Road, will have “open and honest communication” as its core value. “Our adoption of leading technologies such as Cloud storage means that our customers will be provided with up-to-date and accurate information at all times.”
Making the Ray White brand a clear choice for David is “Ray White’s market leading position in Australasia and the industry-renowned, regular training that’s available to every staff member.” “Vendors can be confident that we’ve got all of the skills to sell or manager their property and the ability and systems to keep them informed.”
David’s vision is for Ray White Everton Park to become “the preferred local agency to talk to about property.” He predicts that Everton Park, Stafford and Mitchelton’s relatively close proximity to the CBD and bigger block sizes, will see the area become Brisbane’s “next wave of gentrification” with “massive” potential for growth.