Sydney estate agents return from riding camels on their winter holiday break

Joel RobinsonJuly 31, 20170 min read

Most of Sydney's leading estate agents set off on sun-seeking sojourns during July - and many posted their exploits on social media for those back here.

They are mostly back at their desks now as they seek out their late August and early spring listings.

Camel riding in Palestine and Egypt seemed popular including Ray White Double Bay agent of the year, Gavin Rubinstein (above). The pyramids went unsold though.

Warren Ginsberg - who featured in the gossip pages during his brief hookup with Jodi Anasta over our summer - was among the highlarking mid-year vacation crowd (below).

He got to several locations including Mykonos in Greece and Tel Aviv in Israel.

Oliver Lavers, an integral member of the industry-leading team, The Rubinstein Group at Ray White Double Bay, appeared not to feature on any camel riding, instead sailing off Sorrento, Italy.

Ginsberg rode his camel in Jerusalem (top) before sun baking at the popular Panormos Beach in Mykonos.

Ginsberg works out of the Ray White Double Bay office too which is the number one Ray White office in Australia.

He has been in real estate since 2008 and was awarded Ray White Elite Performer in 2015 and 2016, as well as the eighth best sales person in the Ray White Group in 2016.

BresicWhitney Darlinghurst agent Nic Krasnostein was also a Mykonos, as well as dropping in to St Tropez during his European sojourn (below).

Metro Commercial agent Alan Levy celebrated a birthday while he was at the Mykonos rendezvous. 

Some of the Laing & Simmons team got to Capri, Italy or Montauroux, France. David Malouf (below) from LJH headed off as his father Bill has always done. David Malouf instragrammed his Kéa, Kikladhes, Greece holidays. Mykonos as well. The Malouf father-son tour continues given a big family birthday.

Their combined absence meant few sales and listing activity across the month of July.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.
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